I’m writing from Sao Paulo, Brazil. It’s my third trip down here, and I am told repeatedly that the White Horse Inn and Modern Reformation have had a healthy impact. Ten of my books have been translated into Portuguese. This invitation came from the Presbyterian Church—specifically, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (Mackenzie Presbyterian University) founded in 1870 […]
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Dr. Horton is currently in the Philippines and on the first day after his arrival, he speaks at Febias College of Bible in Valenzuela City, Metro Manila Tomorrow Reformation Philippines presents “Putting Amazing Back Into Grace” at Quezon City Evangelical Church According to blogger Keren – the conference is sold out but you can follow […]
Mike Horton recently talked with R. Scott Clark about his newest book The Gospel-Driven Life on the Westminster Seminary California podcast Office Hours. To listen to the interview and/or to subscribe to the Office Hours podcast, click here. To order the book, check out the WSC Bookstore.
Now that R. C. Sproul, the elder statesman of Reformed theology in the U.S., has also come out against the Manhattan Declaration, a number of folks are offering explanations or observations about their role with or the import of the Declaration. Since both R.C. and Mike Horton have emphasized the close connection the current Declaration […]
Mike Horton was interviewed recently by Tabletalk’s Burke Parsons. That interview is now being featured on the Ligonier blog. Here’s a snippet of the interview about blogs and whether Mike Horton reads them: Do you read any blogs, and if you do, what are some of the most helpful blogs? I don’t. I’m kind of […]
Dr. Horton was recently interviewed by Mark Galli, senior managing editor of Christianity Today, concerning the need for our lives and the church to be driven by the Gospel and the focus to be on Christ. The interview is found on the Christianity Today site:Christ at the Center
Mike Horton will be speaking in Temecula, California, this Saturday at the Contending for the Gospel Conference. The conference, hosted by Rancho Community Church, features Horton along with other area pastors, each of whom addresses some aspect of the Gospel and our Christian life. The conference begins Friday night and concludes on Sunday night. Registration […]