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Each Wednesday, we release a WHI Classic episode to our standard podcast feed! You can listen on your computer with the links below or on your mobile device using iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or by searching for White Horse Inn on your favorite podcast app or site. If you're a partner, simply click here to access our entire vault which now goes back to 1990!

An Overview of the Book of Romans

January 22, 2020 – What is so unique about the Book of Romans that it has had such a great impact on the church throughout history? Tune in this week as the hosts outline the “big picture” of Paul’s letter to the Romans and discuss its incredible historical influence. Joining the hosts again on this program is World Magazine columnist, Gene Edward Veith (originally aired 02-12-06).


Witness to a Post-Christian Culture

January 15, 2020 – Are we living in a predominately secular culture? If so, what impact does this have on what Christians believe? Have secular values infiltrated the church? Special guest, Gene Edward Veith, Cultural Editor for World Magazine, joins the hosts to reflect on these questions as we continue The Romans Revolution (originally aired 02-05-06).


Self-Help Salvation

January 08, 2020 – In what ways do many of today’s best-selling Christian books and sermons resemble the language and messages heard in the category called “Self-Help?” Is it true that “God helps those who help themselves?” How is a person actually saved? Join us each Wednesday for The Romans Revolution (originally aired 01-29-06).


The Romans Revolution

January 01, 2020 – Welcome to the first White Horse Inn program of the “Romans Revolution” series! The hosts begin to set the context for this series by discussing the state of American Evangelicalism and help us to get a better grasp of the beliefs and practices of American Evangelicals today (originally aired 01-08-06).


Christ in the Psalms

December 25, 2019 – On this edition of the White Horse Inn, the hosts discuss how Christ is the primary subject of the book of Psalms. With special guest Dr. Robert Godfrey, this program also features our college student surveys concerning the basic message of Scripture (originally aired 12-18-05).


Why The God Man?

December 18, 2019 – Why did Jesus refer to himself as the Son of Man? Did he ever specifically make the claim that he was God? Why did the world need “God in human flesh” to rescue us in the first place, and was this idea of a divine descent ever mentioned anywhere in the Old Testament? The hosts will address these questions and more as they discuss The Incarnation (originally aired 11-06-16).


The Incarnation: God With Us

December 11, 2019 – What is the significance of Jesus’ incarnation? On this program, the hosts answer this by examining the key New Testament texts that announce the birth of Christ and walk through numerous Old Testament prophecies in which these promises are rooted. Joining the panel once again to discuss this important topic is Nancy Guthrie, author of the excellent five-book series, Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament (originally aired 12-20-15).


History & Christianity

December 04, 2019 – Do we have any evidence about the existence of Jesus or the rise of Christianity from sources outside the New Testament? Is it true that passages about Jesus in the writings of Josephus have been proven to be fabrications? Joining the panel is historian Paul L. Maier, author of In The Fullness of Time and editor of Josephus: The Essential Works (originally aired 06-27-10).


Calling the Sheep to Become "Self-Feeders?"

November 27, 2019 – A recent study conducted by Willow Creek Community Church discovered that the most committed among their church members were the most vocal about the lack of theological depth, and were among the the most dissatisfied with the worship. Yet the conclusion to the report was that Willow Creek needs to do a better job encouraging their members to become “self-feeders.” The hosts will discuss this report, and offer some conclusions of their own on this edition of the White Horse Inn (originally aired 08-03-08).


Jesus in Modern Scholarship

November 20, 2019 – Can we trust the New Testament portrait of Jesus, or is the Jesus of history radically different from the Jesus of faith? What are we to think of scholars like Bart Ehrman who suggest that Jesus has been “misquoted,” and that the Bible has significantly changed over time? Joining the panel for this discussion is New Testament scholar Craig A. Evans, author of Reinventing Jesus: How Modern Scholars Distort the Gospels, and the Holman QuickSource Guide to the Dead Sea Scrolls (originally aired 04-27-14).


What the Gospel Is & Why We Should Believe It 2

November 13, 2019 – On this edition of White Horse Inn, we continue our discussion of 1 Corinthians 15 in order to get a clear definition of the Christian gospel. In this very early text, Paul defines the gospel as the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus, declared in advance by the prophets and proclaimed by the apostles and eyewitnesses afterward. If this particular event did not occur in history, Paul argues, then our faith is in vain (originally aired 06-09-13).


What the Gospel Is & Why We Should Believe It 1

November 06, 2019 – There is a lot of confusion today about the nature of the Christian gospel. On this program, we will walk through the definition of the gospel given by the Apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 15. How early is this particular text in relation to other New Testament documents? What are the implications of Paul’s claims for our understanding of early Christianity? Most importantly, what does he say the good news is all about (originally aired 06-02-13).



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