I cannot list all the times I had to highlight misrepresentation. For interested Lutherans, Jordan Cooper's The Great Divide is infinitely more faithful in its depiction of the Reformed Tradition.
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Reformed Theology says that history only matters morally because of God's eternal decree.
Barth's emphatic preaching of God's positive word of Jesus Christ to every man, woman, and child reminds me of my Lutheran brothers and sisters in Christ.
Jordan Cooper's The Great Divide is an important book for young theologians moving forward.
"The flesh and blood of Christ are not less truly given to the unworthy into the elect believers of God." - John Calvin
I continue my walk through Jordan Cooper's The Great Divide.
What is undeniably "limited" in the Reformed sense is the extent of the application of the atonement.
I will be decisively less interested in presenting my arguments than Cooper. But I do hope to encourage some Reformed thinking.