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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).


Preaching the Word in a Culture of Narcissism

October 30, 2019 – Our age is not known for it’s love of the truth. Rather, some are calling it a culture of narcissism. And unfortunately, evidence of this is found not only in our secular culture, but in countless evangelical churches and bestselling Christian book titles. In his second letter to Timothy Paul warned that in the last days people would become lovers of themselves and would not endure sound teaching. With itching ears, he said, they’ll raise up teachers to suit their own passions, and turn away from the truth. So what are we to do in such a time as this? On this program the hosts will walk through 2 Timothy chapters 3 and 4, to discuss Paul’s advice about preaching the word in a culture of narcissism (originally aired 07-31-11).


The Case for Civility 2

October 23, 2019 – On this edition of the White Horse Inn, Michael Horton continues his conversation with special guest Os Guinness, author of The Case for Civility, And Why Our Future Depends on It, published by HarperOne (originally aired 02-22-09).


The Case for Civility 1

October 16, 2019 – On this special edition of the White Horse Inn, Michael Horton talks with Os Guinness about pursuing civility in a Post-Christian culture. How are we best to make our case in the public square? In what ways have Christians failed as they have attempted to do this in recent years? Os is the author of numerous books on faith and culture, such as Dining With the Devil, Time for Truth and The Case for Civility, And Why Our Future Depends on It. (originally aired 02-15-09).


The Gospel According to Barnes & Noble 2

October 09, 2019 – On this edition of the White Horse Inn, the hosts contrast the historic Christian gospel with numerous popular alternatives, especially those found in the religion and spirituality sections of major bookstore chains. In particular, the hosts interact with some of the bestselling books on pop-spirituality (originally aired 04-13-08).


The Gospel According to Barnes & Noble 1

October 02, 2019 – What are the “Gnostic Gospels” and how do they differ from the four traditional Gospels? Why do books featuring gnostic forms of spirituality seem to dominate the religious sections of popular bookstore chains? The hosts will discuss these questions and more with the help of Cambridge New Testament scholar, Richard Bauckham, author of Jesus & the Eyewitnesses (originally aired 04-06-08).


Gnosticism Then & Now

September 25, 2019 – Gnosticism was an alternative to Christianity that threatened the very life of the ancient church. And yet, in many ways this heresy is still with us. On this program the hosts will explore a variety of gnostic approaches to spirituality that are common today, even within the world of Evangelical Christianity (originally aired 05-21-95).


The Great Awakening

September 18, 2019 – Who were Jonathan Edwards and George Whitfield, and what did they believe about the doctrines of grace? How did their views differ from the later revivalist, Charles Finney? On this program this hosts will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of America’s First and Second Great Awakenings (originally aired 06-11-95).


Charles Finney & Evangelicalism

September 11, 2019 – What’s wrong with American Evangelicalism. Why are so many Evangelical churches in our day obsessed with experience, and why is it so rare to hear clear presentations of the doctrine of justification by an imputed righteousness? On this episode of the White Horse Inn, the hosts will take a look at the influence of Charles G. Finney, one of the leaders of the Second Great Awakening (originally aired 11-6-94).


Present Shock

September 04, 2019 – According to media and technology writer Douglas Rushkoff, “Our society has reoriented itself to the present moment. Everything is live, real time, and always-on. It’s not a mere speeding up, however much in our lifestyles and technologies have accelerated the rate at which we attempt to do things. It’s more of a diminishment of anything that isn’t happening right now.” Michael Horton talks with Douglas about his book, Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now, and asks him to apply his thesis to the world of contemporary Christianity with it’s emphasis on having your best life now (originally aired 10-19-14).


Questions of Faith, Part 4

August 28, 2019 – What do today’s college students think of Jesus or the Bible? What do they think about churches in our day and why have some of them abandoned their faith? The hosts will discuss these issues as they interact with the views and opinions of today’s college students in the fourth and final program on Questions of Faith (originally aired 04-28-13).



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