MY FAVORITE PODCAST is the White Horse Inn. For about 10 years, I have enjoyed the BEST Reformed Theology conversation that the Internet can provide.
Every week, I can’t wait to hear great conversations from the round-table of Mike Horton, Rod Rosenbladt, Kim Riddlebarger, and Ken Jones. Every topic is stimulating and edifying to my faith.
I am also a blog reader, and I have set my RSS reader to search out blog entries containing the words, “White Horse Inn,” so that I can read of others who enjoy this podcast; like myself. You can image my surprise when my newsreader hit an article containing the words “White Horse Inn” at weedentrepreneur.com.
This is NOT the tavern that brought the Reformation to the English-speaking world five centuries ago, but a new type of tavern in Colorado featuring a “recreational hash bar.” The White Horse Inn in Del Norte, Colorado is now open since the passage of Amendment 64 that allows Colorado residents over the age of 21 to consume marijuana for recreational use.
I have to wonder if Mike, Rod, Kim, and Ken have seen this story of the new White Horse Inn in Colorado? If they are like me, they are probably a little amused that there is a new bar like this called the White Horse Inn, and I bet there are little discussions about Reformed faith at this establishment
Please check out the story below:
When Amendment 64 was passed and allowed Colorado residents over the age of 21 years old to legally consume/possess marijuana for recreational use, social media buzz and water cooler conversations were a bit deafening. However, once the dust settled and all of the phony business ideas and social media posts joking of moving to Colorado for the “Green Rush of 2012″ faded, only a few stuck around. Some people just couldn’t get the idea of joining the legalization movement of marijuana in the United States out of their heads…
One of those people is Paul Lovato, owner of the White Horse Inn of Del Norte, Colorado. The inn plans to open on January 1, 2013 as “the first … << Click HERE to continue Reading on source’s site >>