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Living in Light of Two Ages

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Sunday
Aug142016

This Week's White Horse Inn (Updated Website)

The Great Exchange in Church History

Who was Augustine, and what was his contribution to the church’s understanding of the Great Exchange? What was the state of the church throughout the Middle Ages? Was the view of the Protestant Reformers completely new on the issue of justification by way of imputed righteousness? That’s the focus of this program as Michael Horton, Robert Godfrey, Justin Holcomb, and Whitney Gamble conclude their survey of the Great Exchange throughout church history.

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Sunday
Aug072016

"The Shepherd, the King of His People" -- Psalm 23

Here's the audio from this morning's sermon from Rev. Chris Coleman.  Click Here

Sunday
Aug072016

This Week's White Horse Inn

The Great Exchange in Church History (1)

Throughout our series on the Great Exchange, we have been exploring all that Christ accomplished for us by his perfect life and sacrificial death. On this program, Michael Horton, Robert Godfrey, Justin Holcomb, and Whitney Gamble discuss how these crucial themes were developed and discussed throughout the life of the early church.

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Sunday
Jul312016

"Rejoice in the Strength of the Lord" -- Psalm 21 

Here's the audio from this morning's sermon from Rev. Chris Coleman:  Click Here

Sunday
Jul312016

This Week's White Horse Inn

Paul & James on Justification

Paul in Romans 4 says that “the one who does not work but trusts in him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is counted as righteousness.” Yet we also read in James 2:24 that “a person is justified by works and not by faith alone.” Do Paul and James contradict each other in the matter of justification? How are these two passages to be reconciled? That’s the focus of this edition of White Horse Inn.

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Tuesday
Jul262016

Did She Have an Inkling?

So, when TV's most (in)famous psychic dies, I have a couple of questions.

Did she know she would get cancer?  Did she know when she would die?  Any inkling?  I'll bet she didn't go to her doctor and tell him, "I'm getting cancer on July 1, so let us start treatments now!" 

Did she party and spend all her money before the inevitable?  People who do what "Miss Cleo" does for a living generally are not struggling to pay their mortgage.

When obvious frauds like this die, I have two initial reactions.  The first is anger at the deception involved, followed by sadness about the gullibility of those folks who were so desperate as to send her money.  The whole "psychic hotline" thing is self-evidently a crock . . .  How come those who go to psychics don't ask about which horse to bet on, or which stock to buy?  Well, maybe they do . . .  I wouldn't know.

My other reaction other is, "may God have mercy upon her soul."

Miss Cleo Dead at 53

Sunday
Jul242016

"Seal the Book" -- Daniel 12:1-13

The twenty-first and final in a series of sermons on the Book of Daniel

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Sunday
Jul242016

This Week's White Horse Inn (Updated Website)

The Great Exchange in the Old Testament

In Isaiah chapter 53 we read that the coming messiah will be despised and rejected by men. He will be pierced for our transgressions, and punished so that we may have peace. Through his anguish, God will make many to be accounted righteous. On this program the hosts are continuing to explore The Great Exchange in the promises of the Old Testament.

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Thursday
Jul212016

The "Seventy Weeks" of Daniel 9:24-27 -- An Interpretation

Wednesday
Jul202016

Looking for a "Christian Themed" Vacation Destination This Summer?

How about this image of Jesus walking on water outside the Museum of Religious Arts in Logan, Iowa?  And there are plenty more!

Sadly, this is one of the least tacky examples from a recent photo essay from the Washington PostAmerica's Christian Entertainment Destinations

(h.t. John Siston)