White Horse Inn

WHIIn the 1520s, the White Horse Inn was a pub in Cambridge, England where academics, lay people, and clergy gathered together to discuss the works of Martin Luther.  At Redeemer this is a group that gathers every other week to discuss a theological book of choice.  WHI regularly meets at Pastor Brown’s house, with different members of the group bringing food/refreshments each time.  Books we have tackled in the past include:

The Spirituality of the Cross Gene Veith
Surprised By Hope N.T. Wright
The Domestication of Transcendence William Placher
Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr Prophet, Spy Eric Metaxes
Atheist Delusions David Bentley Hart
Almost Christian Kenda Creasy Dean
Glorious Ruin: How Suffering Sets You Free Tullian Tchividjian
On Being A Theologian of the Cross Gerhard Forde
Lutheran Theology Paul Stevenson
Luther The Reformer James Kittelson
A Case For Character: Towards A Lutheran Virtue Ethics Joel Biermann
Mission at Nuremberg Tim Townsend