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We believe the Reformation recovered the central themes of Scripture that the church slowly had abandoned – as it tends to do in every generation. Today’s problems often stem from a failure to submit to Scripture in our churches, our theology, and our own selves. We all need to recover Scripture: in our devotional lives, as the source of our theology, in our churches, and as the living voice of God today.
Throughout these programs, the White Horse Inn hosts help us to engage Scripture on a deeper level by walking through the important themes that are found in every book of the Bible. They also address important issues such as the rise of biblical ignorance, the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture, canon and canonicity, and a number of important apologetic questions related to the general reliability of the Bible.
This *MP3 CD is loaded with more than 40 WHI episodes that cover the theme Recovering Scripture: why Scripture needs to be recovered; how we understand its divine and human authorship; how its different books were recognized as being truly God’s Word; how the church relates to it; how we should interpret it; how to understand its two big words of law and gospel; and, finally, why the recovery of sola Scriptura is the church’s only hope.
With your donation of $100.00 or more, we will send you this *MP3 CD called “Recovering Scripture.” The *MP3 CD is loaded with more than 40 extended-length episodes plus bonus material including: Modern Reformation articles and extra WHI audio.
To review everything that is on this *MP3 CD download this pdf
*Note that an MP3 CD will play on a computer and the audio files can be downloaded individually on your computer or to iTunes. In order to play in your car or on a CD player it must be player that can recognize and play MP3 CDs.