Through the Windshield

I have really enjoyed Greg Dutcher's book, Killing Calvinism. He winsomely addresses problems in the Reformed community from the inside. So, listen up. Here's a taste.

I am concerned that many Calvinists today do little more than celebrate how wonderfully clear their theological windshield is. But like a windshield, Reformed theology is not an end in itself. It is simply a window to the awe-inspiring universe of God’s truth, filled with glory, beauty, and grace. Do we need something like a metaphorical windshield of clear, biblical truth to look through as we hope to marvel at God’s glory? Absolutely. But we must make sure that we know the difference between staring at a windshield and staring through one.

You can pick up a copy Killing Calvinism here, or on Amazon.

For more help with the heart and spirit of Reformed theology check out The Joy of Calvinism, by Greg Forster and Living for God’s Glory, edited by Joel Beeke.