While I am somewhat late in posting something on what is a trendy, yet relevant, topic on the Reformed blogosphere at present, I want to make a recommendation concerning John Frame’s critique of Mike Horton’s Christless Christianity. If you have not read Horton’s work you really must. You should then, and only then, read John Frame’s critique. After that you should read the White Horse Inn’s response. Then you should read James Grant’s post on the subject here. Grant offers, what I believe to be, a knowledgeable, fair and balanced analysis. Finally, you will want to readÂ R. Scott Clark and D. G. Hart’s responses to Frame. I will say, at this point, I agree more with Horton’s argument in the book andÂ analysis of the American church at large. While both Horton and Frame have good things to say in many places, no one should be received uncritically. If you have read Horton’s book, Frame’s critique and any of the posts linked above I would love to hear what you think.