Michael Horton recently sat down and answered five of the most common apologetics questions people get when they share their faith with their friends and family. We’ll be posting one each week through the end of the year. For more information on our Defend the Faith campaign and for additional resources to help you “know […]
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How does the message of the Bible and the message of the Koran differ? In this video (2 of 3), Michael Horton continues his discussion of the differences between Christianity and Islam. Part 1 can be found here. You can also read Dr. Horton’s article “Christ and Islam” from the July/August issue of Modern Reformation, […]
The current issue of WORLD magazine has a feature article “The battle for accurate Bible translation in Asia” which interviews Fikret Bocek extensively. Fikret is concerned with Western missions organizations not being patient enough with work being done among Muslims and therefore, they are making Bible translations more “palatable” to Muslim readers and loosing some […]
Obviously Christians should be students and readers of the Holy Scriptures, but Mike was asked to name five other books that Christians should read. This discussion is recorded in the fourth video from Christianity.com.
The fine folks over at The Gospel Coalition have released another video discussing various aspects of ministry and the church. In this video D.A. Carson, John Piper, and Tim Keller discuss the Christian’s relationship to God’s Word, especially pastors. Biblical Authority in an Age of Uncertainty from The Gospel Coalition on Vimeo.
Democratic Congressman Jim McDermott recently complained about the lack of Christmas spirit amongst his Republican colleagues who threatened to vote against a further extension of unemployment insurance. McDermott said in a televised interview, “This is Christmas time. We talk about good Samaritans, the poor, the little baby Jesus in the cradle and all this stuff. […]
The newest issue of Modern Reformation is in the mail to subscribers and available online. The theme and title of the issue is Canon Formation. Executive Editor, Dr. Ryan Glomsrud, explains the issue: “Which comes first, the chicken or the egg?” is one of those questions signaling an unanswerable conundrum. This issue takes up the […]
Do you know the difference between causation and correlation? It is sometimes difficult to tell the two concepts apart. It’s sort of chicken and the egg or chaos-theory butterfly stuff. I’m wondering about all of this again after the Christmas Eve story on MSNBC: Is the Bible a Good Investment Tool? Causation would say, yes, […]