We've all worked with guys like Milton, Lumberg, and Peter. We've all gotten "PC Load Errors." And TPS reports and coversheets . . .
Living in Light of Two Ages
Faith and Mental Illness
Are today’s churches prepared to handle issues related to mental illness? How should Christians help those struggling with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, autism, and various types of learning disabilities? On this program, Mike Horton will discuss these important yet often avoided topics with Amy Simpson, an editor at Christianity Today and the author of Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church’s Mission.
The e-book edition of my book on the biblical doctrine of antichrist is being offered this week at a huge discount. The Man of Sin is on-sale for $3.99 at the booksellers listed below.
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An Interview with R. C. Sproul
On this edition of the White Horse Inn, I’ll speak with R.C. Sproul, Chairman of Ligonier Ministries and author of numerous books including The Holiness of God, The Truth of the Cross, and Knowing Scripture. We’ll be discussing many of the problems affecting the contemporary church: the similarities between liberalism and evangelicalism, the rise of deism, and the failure of contemporary models of discipleship (original air date, Sept. 7, 2008).
Now that I'm on my summer sabbatical (with some vacation time mixed in), I'm updating several areas of the Riddleblog.
The first project was to set up a new tab on the header (directly above) with all of the audio files and handouts from my lecture series, "In the Land of Nod."
If this topic (the Reformed doctrine of the two kingdoms) is of interest to you, you can now find everything in one place!
I've got several writing projects to finish-up (I'm working on a chapter for a forthcoming book from Crossway--my contribution is "The Eschatology of the Reformers"), and I'll be preparing my lecture for the White Horse Inn Week in Vail, Colorado, from July 24-26 (for more info, White Horse Inn Week).