“For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions, ” (2 Ti 4:3)

Reformation

in Church & Education

White Horse Inn and Modern Reformation

Edifying Discussion and Publications

White Horse Inn Logo Lately I’ve been tuning into the discussion over at White Horse Inn. They feature a radio show program, available to listen online, with discussion on various important topics within Christendom. The main characters are Michael Horton, Dr. Rod Rosenbladt, Ken Jones, and Dr. Kim Riddlebarger. They typically invite an expert speaker to come and discuss a particular topic and then they all join in discussion. The speakers are excellent and Michael Horton asks excellent questions.

I found many of these discussion to be very edifying and helpful. Even though these guys have reformed backgrounds, the show is not overtly reformed in the sense that they are bent on pushing Calvinism or reformed doctrine. Their primary concern is the strengthening and edification of the people of God. They are concerned with promoting discernment of the ideas and teachings floating around us and helping Christians to stay on track as followers of Jesus Christ.

White Horse Inn also works to publish the Modern Reformation magazine. I have subscribed to this magazine and it is among the best magazines for Christians to read. The articles are relevant and applicable to Christians today. The articles are well written accessible to a wide audience.

White Horse Inn and Modern Reformation are my top picks for must-have information to be digested by Christians. Check it out!

in Christian Living & Discipleship

Reformation Starts At Home

Taking the Log Out of Our Own Eye First

People easily express their dissatisfaction with the way the government handles education, or poverty. I’ve had many lunch room conversations where this sentiment is expressed with conviction and vigor. Yet, it is equally common that these same people do nothing about the situation. Charles Spurgeon, a famous preacher from the 19th century, once said it this way in one of his sermons.

in Church & Reformation

Time for Reformation not Revival

The Reason for Starting Today's Reformer

Why did I start a web-site called “Today’s Reformer”? I’ve been wanting to start writing about spiritual topics that have Christian focus and are important for today’s Christian. There are many leaders both Christian and secular who are noticing the decay of American Evangelicalism. At the same time, there has been an increased interest in Reformed theology worldwide.1