New Resource Page: On The Young, Restless, And Reformed/New Calvinist Movement

Since the early 2000s, the so-called Young, Restless, and Reformed or New Calvinist movement has been one of the more significant movements in American evangelicalism. Its scope and influence was chronicled by Collin Hansen’s, Young, Restless, Reformed: A Journalist’s Journey with the New Calvinists (Wheaton, Ill.: Crossway Books, 2008). Since the publication of the book, however, the movement has developed a significant online presence represented by The Gospel Coalition  website, which Alexa ranks as the 8,808 in “global internet engagement.” By contrast the HB is at 1.2 million in the same category. The YRR movement is also manifested in publishing companies (e.g., Crossway, the publisher of the English Standard Bible), and conferences (e.g., Together For the  Gospel). We could also include websites such as Ref21. The HB has been interacting with the movement since 2007.  This resource page features a fairly complete bibliography of books and articles in print on the movement as well as podcasts and other materials. Read more»

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    • It’s been an on-ramp or entryway into the P&R churches for a great lot of people, who otherwise might not ever had known about us. In that way it has been a blessing. Obviously, the downside is the significant and damaging re-definition of the adjective Reformed, which has caused people outside the P&R world (and too many within) to confuse the Mark Driscolls and the James MacDonalds of the world with the confessional and historic P&R churches.

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