In part 2 of our interview with Michael Horton (read part 1) about The Christian Faith (Table of Contents) we discuss Barth, NT Wright, justification, and even a little antinomianism. A theme that emerges from this interview, and is increasingly apparent across in the broader theological discussion, is the degree to which post-Reformation reformed theology [...]
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Michael Horton is, arguably, the preeminent Reformed Theologian of our day. In addition to authoring more than 15 books, Horton is the editor-in-chief at Modern Reformation magazine host of the nationally syndicated radio program the White Horse Inn, and is J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Seminary California. In part 1 of [...]
Here is a teaser from my upcoming interview with Michael Horton about his new systematic theology The Christian Faith. You can read his full treatment of trinity and predestination here. The complete interview will be posted this Friday, January 28th! I have also put together a deal for those interested in purchasing The Christian Faith. [...]
Earlier this week Michael Horton’s review of the N.T. Wright’s new book After You Believe: Why Christian Character Matters appeared on the Christianity Today website (it was available in CT print version earlier this month). Horton, while in many ways positive about Wright’s book, critiqued him strongly on his reading of the Reformers. Earlier this [...]