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.
||The Cross & Resurrection||On this program the hosts walk through the significance of Christ's death and resurrection. In particular, they focus on the importance seeing the resurrection as a fact of history, which then becomes the basis for our faith and subjective...||4/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dealing with Death||If you really want to kill a conversation, just start talking about death and dying. But is it really wise to avoid this important subject? But even Christians in our time appear to be doing this, particular as they emphasize Christian living and...||4/12/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Holding On to Hope||On this program Michael Horton talks with Nancy Guthrie about the personal story behind the writing of her book, Holding on to Hope: A Pathway Through Suffering to the Heart of God. Mike and Nancy also discuss some of the unhelpful ways in which we...||4/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||God, Where Are You?||On this program Michael Horton talks with Benjamin Kisoni, a political refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo. War in that country robbed his family of everything they possessed and he was eventually forced into exile here in the United States....||3/29/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Why Suffering?||After surveying the book of Job and especially its message on suffering, we’ll continue our series on Suffering & the Christian Life by tackling some of the tough questions that come up with this topic. Should we see suffering as a form of...||3/22/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Book of Job, Part 3||On this program, we’ll wrap up our three-part series through the book of Job by looking at that wonderful expression of faith in which Job declares, “I know that my redeemer lives.” How does this hope in the future redeeming work of...||3/15/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Book of Job, Part 2||Continuing the overview of Job, we’ll consider the various claims to health, wealth, and happiness made by Job's counselors. What's wrong with this approach and how should this influence the way we think about suffering in the Christian life?...||3/8/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Book of Job, Part 1||We are beginning a new series on Suffering & the Christian Life and will start with a three-part miniseries on the book of Job. What is the meaning and purpose of this book? What does it teach us about suffering? How does Job deal with his many...||3/1/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||An Interview with Rosaria Champagne Butterfield||How can we discern between helpful and unhelpful ways to reach out to our non-Christian neighbors? More particularly, how should we deal with the thorny subject of homosexuality or interact with those in our lives who deal with same-sex attraction? To...||2/22/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Covenant Renewal||At the conclusion of the book of Joshua, the people renew their commitment to the Mosaic covenant, saying, “We will serve the Lord.” But Joshua’s reply is discouraging: “You are not able to serve the Lord,” he says,...||2/15/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Nation's Inheritance||Some say that believers are “saved by grace but stay in by works.” Throughout the history of this program we have rejected that view, arguing that we're actually saved by grace alone on account of the work of Christ alone. Here in the book...||2/8/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||God's Conquest||On this program we discuss God's conquest of the city of Jericho. Is it appropriate to use this particular narrative as a pattern for things in our own lives that we'd like to conquer? How should we understand God’s command that every living...||2/1/14||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!