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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.

Customer Reviews

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!

The Cult of Reformation?

One of the things that has to strike anyone as curious about WHI listeners is that they have never met an episode that wasn't the best ever-- as evidenced by the lack of credible reviews with less than 5 stars.

There's no question: the Reformation was a critical and necessary moment in the history of the Christian faith, and the four 'usual suspects' who host WHI (guided by Prof. Mike Horton) represent their view of this event and it's systematics thoroughly. But are they entirely fair or consistent? Do they cause people to love their local church more in order to nurse it's flaws (and be honest about their own foibles), or do they produce accolytes who, frankly, become effectively-churchless people in search of a perfect place which has never existed since Christ?

Horton & Co need to find a way to see that the reformation did not end with the writing of the WCF, and that they have much to learn about the necessary consequences of the Gospel from people who have a lower aptitude for systematic theology.

More to the point, their listeners need to see these guys as a starting point, not the end of all theological introspection. I would find the whole effort more credible if it produced a spectrum of fans who rate the show positively (3,4,5) rather than a homogenous bloc who all give it a 5+.

White Horse Inn
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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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