White Horse Inn
By Dr. Michael Horton
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How important is it for you to know what you believe and why you believe it? What you know matters more than what you feel. Listen to the weekly White Horse Inn podcast to ground your faith in unchanging biblical truth.
||CleanDo We Need a New Reformation?||Five slogans were at the core of the Protestant Reformation: Scripture Alone, Christ Alone, Grace Alone, Faith Alone, and Glory to God Alone. On this program the hosts discuss the theology behind each of these slogans and take calls from...||6/25/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEngaging the Culture Without Losing the Gospel||The culture is changing all around us, and Christians are no longer in the majority. But is this a time for despair or an opportunity to recover our own distinctive message? On this program Michael Horton discusses these issues with Russell...||6/18/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWhat Are We Waiting For?||Throughout the world Christians profess their faith, not only in Christ’s sacrificial death and glorious resurrection, but also in his second coming to judge both the living and the dead. So how are we to interpret the various texts, particularly...||6/11/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWhat Do We Do Until Christ Returns?||Now that we have been united with Christ and engrafted into his kingdom, what are we to do in the meantime? Some answer this by saying that Christians should work at transforming all spheres of secular culture, while others say that we shouldn’t be...||6/4/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanWhat Is the Kingdom?||Jesus told Pontius Pilate, “My kingdom is not of this world.” Yet his kingdom is present wherever his people submit to his gracious reign. In fact, Paul wrote to the Corinthians that Christians actually serve as ambassadors of the heavenly kingdom...||5/28/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Gifts That He Gave||What are the fruits of Christ’s victorious death and resurrection, and how are they distributed? The hosts will answer this question by exploring Ephesians 4 and Psalm 68. After introducing the gifts that Christ has given to his church, they...||5/23/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanChrist’s Coronation||Now that he has died for our sins and has been raised for our justification, what is Christ doing? Is his saving work merely a thing of the past? On this program the hosts will continue discussing the importance of Christ’s ascension to the right...||5/14/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanImplications of the Ascension||In his farewell discourse, Jesus explained to his disciples that it is actually good that he goes away, since from heaven he will send “another advocate,” referring to the Holy Spirit. The Spirit, Jesus says, will convict the world concerning sin...||5/7/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Ascension of Christ||After being born of a virgin and living a life that honored God, Jesus Christ laid down his life for his sheep. After he was raised for our justification, he ascended into heaven. But why did he leave his church behind? What is significant about his...||4/30/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanChrist Our Resurrection Hope||Throughout this series, we’ve explored issues related to the factual nature of Christ’s resurrection, and on this program the hosts will take a look at the theological implications of this fact. How is Christ’s resurrection related...||4/23/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Gospel Accounts of Christ’s Resurrection||Over the past two weeks we’ve aired Mike’s conversation with Professor Michael Licona, author of The Resurrection of Jesus, and on this program we’re presenting the third and final segment of this exchange. This episode focuses on...||4/16/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe Reliability of the Gospels & Epistles||On this program we’re airing Part 2 of Mike’s conversation with professor Michael Licona, author of The Resurrection of Jesus. The two scholars continue their discussion about the eyewitness character of the four gospels and unpack a host...||4/9/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
Thinking about the Reformation?
If you are sick of only hearing from your pastor/life-coach "How to do such and such," then you must listen to the White Horse Inn. These guys make it clear that the central message of all of scripture is Jesus Christ (Luke 24:27). The Christian message isn't simply: "How to do this or that" or "shape up!" The Gospel is that Christ fulfilled the Law on the behalf of guilty sinners.
If you are interested in the basic teachings of the reformation, look no further than the White Horse Inn. These gents not only explain Christ from all the scriptures, but also explain how scripture has been understood throughout the history of the church. The WHI makes the Law and Gospel clear, which is the most liberating news a sinner can hear. Don't pass it by!
Doctrine, Doxology, and Duty!
The White Horse Inn radio show has helped me immensely in my spiritual growth. They bring the riches of Reformed Theology to bear on the issues of today, and they stand as a clarion call to the broader evangelical church to return to the historic roots of the Reformation.
I have learned so much from just listening to these four gentlemen discuss theology and its practical implications. They each display a deep love of God, a great love of the principles of the Reformation, and a deep desire to see Christ proclaimed!
If you want to feel good or get your daily/weekly dose of schmaltz, then listen to Joel Osteen or Joyce Meyer. But if you're willing to exercise your mind and think deep about the things of God, then listen to the White Horse Inn and watch your appreciation of Jesus grow!
This is a great podcast, especially for someone who my be unfamiliar with reformed theology. The cast is excellent at clearly articulating the gospel and how to interpret the scriptures in a manner that focuses on Christ and His work done FOR us.
The one downside of the program is that it often gives listeners the advice to find a new church. They should at least prompt listeners to discuss these things with their church leadership before leaving. Program could leave the constantly complaining types feeling justified in their constant jumping from church to church.
Best podcast I know of!