5 thoughts on “Who is Reformed?

  1. DLW says:

    My old pastor is writing a book in defense of Norman Shepherd, who was his mentor. It should rock the reformed world. As you know, a little rockin’ can be a good thing. My prayer is that it doesn’t cause a denominational rift. I hope everyone involved can be mature about it, and realize that we all still have a ways to go. However, recent controversies in the reformed world have shown that maybe we aren’t very mature. For anyone interested, I agree with the position that sees the covenant of works, so called, as being fulfilled more by faith, than the westminster confessions teach. However like most, I am open to rebuke, correction, straightening, grooming, and the like.

  2. Stephen says:

    Hi DLW, who was your old pastor?

    I don’t agree with Shepherd’s theology. However, I object to Robbins’ ranting. He makes some good points but they are lost in a sea of snidey asides. It does no good in the long run. I will finish the book, but not with any pleasure.

  3. Stephen says:

    Now that you mention it, that was a funny moment – in a surreal, what-is-this-guy-on kind of way.

  4. Mark says:

    Infantile is a good description of what I read. Admittedly, I only read about 7-8 pages but I read enough to know that I would never be able to take this book seriously. The anonymous poem ridiculing Doug Wilson and the ludicrous “Antichristian” label given to Peter Leithart made me close the book.

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