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White Horse Inn

Michael Horton, Justin Holcomb, Bob Hiller, Walter R. Strickland II

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Do all paths lead to God? Is the Bible history or mythology? Are we saved by grace or good works? Featuring conversations with Christians from a variety traditions, this program is designed to give you a better understanding of what you believe and why you believe it.
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NFT Heat

John Kraski & Justin Shenkarow

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Welcome to NFT Heat with co-hosts John Kraski and Justin Shenkarow who each week bring you the top NFT thought leaders in the space and dive deep into how NFTs will transform the Metaverse, Defi and Social Tokens. Whether you’re new to the NFT industry or an NFT insider, we’re going to provide you with the necessary NFT alpha to crush!
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Welcome to Dadville! Join musicians and sometimes-comedians Dave Barnes and Jon McLaughlin in the journey of life, love and the pursuit of dad-ding on the Dadville Podcast. Get your fill of dad jokes, laughs, and heartfelt conversations while these dads and their guests talk about the journey of life and fatherhood.
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DittyTV's Insights is our music interview show for DittyTV, a 24/7 television network that produces and broadcasts music-focused entertainment including interviews, concerts, music videos, music news, artist profiles, album reviews, tour and festival coverage, and much more. Just tune in and enjoy world-class, handcrafted music entertainment from your favorite artists and artists you will love to discover. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
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It all started with a somewhat blind double date. The story of Chris and Lauren Tomlin is one for the ages. It's definitely not a straight line, but it continues in the best possible way. From Lauren's motto of "Ready, Fire, Aim," to their children asking Chris if he could help facilitate songwriting advice, this episode is an all-timer. Thanks to …
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What happened in American culture and in the church from the 1970s-1990s? What were the conversations and big concerns of that time when White Horse Inn recorded its first episodes? In answering some of these questions, churches can get their bearings as to what trends have impacted those who no longer sit in their pews and what to do about it. “Th…
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We knew this was going to be a special episode as soon as Ernie Hudson hopped on the line. There was barely enough room for his biceps. The fellas talk with Ernie about being a working actor and a single dad, his life growing up with his grandmother in Michigan, and the immense pride he has as a father and grandfather. An absolute legend joins this…
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Justin Holcomb interviews Jim Davis and Michael Graham, authors of The Great Dechurching, to discuss why forty million Americans have stopped attending church in the past 25 years. Many attribute church decline to encroaching secular trends, abuse in the church, or spiritual deconstruction. While all of these trends have spiked in recent years, Dav…
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Guess who's back? That's right, after weeks of top-notch guests the fellas decided they will take it from here. Dave and Jon catch up about the perspective of being a working musician 20 years into a soon-to-be-legendary career. Also, they discuss their recent spring breaks, mission trips to Belize, and more! Join our mailing list: http://dadville.…
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On this Easter Sunday, we join Paul at the Areopagus in Acts 17. Hosts Michael Horton, Justin Holcomb, Walter Strickland, and Bob Hiller dive into Paul’s apologetic approach as he speaks to his pagan audience and how on Easter we will, like Paul, be mocked by some for preaching the resurrection of the dead, while others will want to hear more about…
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For years one of Dave's favorite books has been On the Road with Saint Augustine: A Real-World Spirituality for Restless Hearts, and today we have the author James K.A. Smith joining Dadville. Throughout the conversation, Smith gives enlightened views on not only Saint Augustine, but also his latest book, How to Inhabit Time, which shows why awaken…
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In Acts 13:16-41, we encounter the newly converted Paul preaching at the synagogue in Antioch. In this episode, Michael Horton, Bob Hiller, Walter Strickland, and Justin Holcomb discuss what happened between Stephen’s death and Paul’s conversion, and what uniquely transformed Paul from a law-abiding Pharisee to preaching “[freedom] from everything …
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Ever struggle with loneliness? This week's guest, Justin Whitmel Early, is here to help. His latest book is called Made for People, and is an incredible guide into how to develop stronger friendships. Early is also a lawyer and a speaker—maybe we can get some free legal advice out of him while he's in Dadville. Today's Guest: https://www.justinwhit…
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In Acts 7, we see Stephen’s sermon before the Sanhedrin. What did he say that enraged those he was speaking to and how can we model his posture of forgiveness in the face of persecution? Hosts Michael Horton, Walter Strickland, Bob Hiller, and Justin Holcomb trace Stephen’s redemptive historical tour de force that ultimately culminates in his marty…
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If you put accomplished theologian, best-selling author, and part-time stand-up comedian into an algorithm, it's likely you'll end up with John Mark Comer. His latest book, Practicing the Way, is an outline and guide of a set of practices and relational rhythms that slow us down and open up space in our daily lives. Visit John Mark Comer: https://j…
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Why was Jesus sent to the Jews first? How does the church relate to Israel now? In Acts 3:12-26, Peter continues to unravel for the “Men of Israel” how Jesus is the fulfillment of the promises made to the Patriarchs, Moses, and the Prophets. In this episode, Michael Horton, Bob Hiller, Justin Holcomb, and Walter Strickland discuss Peter’s second se…
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Watch this conversation at youtube.com/@whitehorse1990 Let’s just go to the OK Corral together to defend the gospel and help people.” In this episode of White Horse Inn, original hosts, Michael Horton, Ken Jones, and Kim Riddlebarger discuss the impact and legacy of their dear friend and former co-host, Rod Rosenbladt. Rod died after a brief illnes…
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What can the modern church learn from apostolic preaching in Acts? More than we may realize. In this episode, Michael Horton, Walter Strickland, Justin Holcomb, and Bob Hiller uncover many of the key themes, components, and characteristics of apostolic preaching. Starting with Peter’s Pentecost sermon in Acts 2:14-40, the hosts discuss the hermeneu…
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We wrap Couples Month with Dave and Annie Barnes, the other first couple of Dadville. Ever wonder how the magic of football, long road trips, and bookstores could foster love? Then we have the story for you. Join in as Dave and Annie talk about why Ole Miss' football games kicked things off, the early years of life on the road, and bonus Barnes Dog…
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Michael Horton is joined by Ann Tarwater to discuss the place of art in the Christian life, if art is just for the elites, and how churches can emphasize truth, but neglect goodness and beauty. Ann started her career as a model for famous American fashion designers Oscar de la Renta, Mary McFadden, Alpert Nipon, and many others. She also graduated …
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We have one half of the founding couples of Dadville joining us today. Dave turns the tables and interviews Jon and Amy McLaughlin about their origin story and how they've grown into their marriage over the last 18 years. From standing in lines together in college, to choosing not to sleep on the couch, and finally understanding that it's all about…
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Walter Strickland and Carl Ellis discuss how the sermon is a piece of rhetoric that is not merely made of wise words (Acts 4:13), but could also be described as a piece of art. Even if there are no icons, tapestries, and stained glass windows in a church, there is still art in worship and in the sermon. Dr. Carl Ellis began his ministry as a Senior…
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Drew and Ellie have a classic love story. You know, the one where they meet in college, he impresses her with his aeronautical skills, she almost marries someone else, and then they wait a few years before actually dating. This week the duo go deep on their shared history, how marriage has changed for them, and why they no longer fear conflict. Joi…
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Justin Holcomb sits down with Lloyd DeWitt to discuss how the church has historically thought of sacred space and architecture, what we can learn from categories and trends that have impacted church architecture, and what we miss when we replace steeples, pulpits, and cathedrals with many eclectic, modern designs. Dr. DeWitt is the Chief Curator an…
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We are kicking off Couples Month on Dadville with former neighbors Ben and Hillary Rector. They found their way back to their old neighborhood to meet up with the fellas and talk about life with Jane and The Bros, wrapping their head around raising kids in Tennessee, getting married so young, and why raising twins is really hard. Join our mailing l…
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Bob Hiller is joined by Dan van Voorhis to discuss a theology of the arts and how Reformational theology, and Lutheran theology specifically, instructs Christians on the place of art as we live coram deo (in the presence of God). They discuss if art can be “redeemed,” cultivating good taste in art, differences in Lutheran and Reformed traditions, a…
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