In September 2006, Christianity Today devoted its cover to a Reformed resurgence sweeping large swaths of young conservative Christians, who were hungry for heavy doctrine emphasizing God’s sovereignty and human depravity, and powerful preaching from the likes of John Piper, C. J. Mahaney, and Tim Keller. Today the Reformed movement hosts its own publishing imprints, conferences, and bloggers, even as TULIP remains divisive in the Southern Baptist seminaries where it has blossomed over the past 15 years.
Young, Restless, Reformed
Calvinism is making a comeback—and shaking up the church.
Emergent's New Christians and the Young and Restless Reformed
Tony Jones and Collin Hansen find connections as they discuss each other's books and movements.
Reforming the Reformed
Calvinists, says one Calvinist, misunderstand some of their history and theology. A review of 'Ten Myths About Calvinism.'
- Charles FinneyFather of American revivalism
- John CalvinFather of the Reformed faith
- What Did Spurgeon Believe?He insisted on thinking through his theology for himself—and often found himself out of step with his age.
- Everybody Loves BavinckHow a Dutch neo-Calvinist thinker became the latest Christian theologian-du-jour.español简体中文繁體中文
- The Rise of Reformed CharismaticsA 21st-century global movement sets the Word on fire with gospel preaching and powerful spiritual gifts.
- Jacob ArminiusIrenic anti-Calvinist
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- Theologians Craft Wesleyan Agreement for a Divided Methodist Era64 scholars sign document they hope will ground more Christians in holiness doctrines.