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Entries Tagged ‘Michael Horton’

Recovering Scripture – “How can I trust that the Bible is reliable?”

Michael Horton recently sat down and answered a few questions about Scripture: it’s reliability, interpretation, and application to our lives. We’ll be posting videos of his explanations through the end of the year. For more information on our Recovering Scripture campaign and for additional resources to help you “know and share what you believe and […]

Recovering Scripture: The Church’s Only Hope

I recently gave a talk where I walked through the arguments for the sufficiency of Scripture. It was amazing to me how few of the people—in a conservative evangelical church—had never heard anything on the subject. This is a problem. Roman Catholic apologists argue forcefully that the Bible is “the Church’s book.” Since the New […]

ETS Reception

Join the editors of Modern Reformation for a special “meet and greet” reception at the Evangelical Theological Society on Friday, November 21st at 4:30 pm at Trellis Garden Grille on the property of the Town and Country Resort in San Diego, California. We’re especially interested in finding new authors, so if you’re in town for […]

Michael Horton on “Steve Brown, Etc.”

Steve Brown invited Mike Horton to join his program to discuss his new book, Ordinary. You can listen in on the fun and get a preview of the message of the book. Thanks to Key Life and Steve Brown for the conversation!

My Ordinary “Target”

Next week my book, Ordinary, is being released. I’m grateful that there’s interest in the message that I tried to communicate in these few chapters. Already, though, there are a lot of people speculating about my intended “target” in this book. A number of folks point out the similarity between my cover and David Platt’s […]

John MacArthur on The Ordinary Church

Pastor John MacArthur’s recent sermon on Acts 2:42-47 takes up an issue near and dear to our own hearts: the ordinary Christian life and the ordinary church. You can find audio, video, and a transcript of the sermon here. We agree with him that the primary problem is American revivalism and the pervasive influence of […]

Looking Up Down Under

I’ve just returned from nearly 3 weeks in Australia, encouraged and enlightened. I went to Moore Theological College in Sydney to deliver the annual Moore Lectures, founded in 1977 with F. F. Bruce. My topic was “Lord and Giver of Life: A Theology of the Holy Spirit.” I added a week-long intensive course at Sydney’s […]

Google Identifies a Surprising Trait of Leadership

This just in: After an evidence-based study, Google has identified a surprising trait of the ideal leader. Business Insider summarizes the findings: The prototypical leader is a hero: gives the rousing speech, inspires the troops, and shows up at the last minute to save the day. At least that’s how leaders are portrayed. But that’s […]

Heavenly Days

“Heaven Is For Real,” a movie about a child’s visit to heaven, reportedly grossed $21.5 million at its opening this past Easter weekend. A spate of similar books regularly climb to the top of the New York Times Bestseller List. Judging by the continuing popularity of Jesus Calling (America’s #1 devotional), the nation—and especially evangelical […]

Michael Horton at PCRT 2014

On May 2-4, 2014, Michael Horton will join Phillip Johnson, Richard Phillips, and Derek Thomas at the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. This year, the conference will be hosted by Proclamation Presbyterian Church in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Now in its 41st year, the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology played an important role in the birth […]