We sat down with the Rev. Dr. John Bombaro of Grace Lutheran Church and professor of religion and philosophy at the University of San Diego to discuss the high art of books, the personality of the tangible, and the effects of the digital on the reality of the Incarnation. Happy Monday!
White Horse Inn producer Shane Rosenthal and I were chatting about the May/June issue of Modern Reformation and thought you might appreciate some helpful hints on how to approach a blog post. Save your attention-span talents for reality television, or Richard Dawkins’ lastest book, or finding a really good doughnut shop.
The following is by filmmaker Anthony Parisi and is used with his permission. It was originally posted for the Cinema & New Media Arts at HBU. Visit him online at http://www.anthonyparisifilm.com In The Tree of Life, director Terrence Malick crafted a grandiose yet personal theodicy through a family story against the cosmic backdrop of creation and [...]
How many of you skim the first chapter of Matthew? (It’s all right, we did it too.) This month, we talk to Rev. Zach Keele of Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church about the genealogies listed in Scripture–their purpose, their scope, and the fidelity of God’s promise.
In this second half of our conversation with Dr. Godfrey, we learn Rome’s understanding of tradition, the ambiguity of patriarchal-sacramental language, and just how Rome dances the Tiber Two-Step. Enjoy!
This month, we sat down with Dr. W. R. Godfrey, president of Westminster Seminary California and Teaching Fellow at Ligonier Ministries to talk about the ancient church, Roman supremacy, and the changing winds of Trent and Vatican II.
As one of our faithful readers was perusing the current issue of Modern Reformation, he came across this sentence in the Geek Squad section: Refracted by/through the Fall, the cultural mandate is no longer holy work. It is profane though legitimate and common and valid for all creatures created in God’s image. This raised a bit of [...]
“What I’m arguing in this book is that liberals have to wake up. Art is spiritual—it uses physical materials, but it’s a spiritual quest, and the artistic mission has a spiritual goal. But nothing in the ideology or language of current academe—from Berkeley to Harvard—permits anyone to say that.” Watch InstaVision’s interview with literary critic [...]
Zondervan is celebrating Reformation Week with an e-book sale (which is an arguably better way to do it than the let’s-get-bombed-on-six-kinds-of-sugars-and-additives tradition). We think it’s a pretty sweet deal (pun totally intended) – $20 for The Christian Faith! Go to www.amazon.com (or any other major e-book retailer) and stock up – just make sure [...]
Rev. Ken Jones of The White Horse Inn discusses his views on reforming the local church, and why it’s worth the headache. The reality is that a church has the right to be wrong – if the conviction of the leadership of the church is different from what your new convictions are, and you try [...]