In this week’s episode we are discussing what it means to be “reformed.” Often there is confusion on what the term entails and what it doesn’t entail. Hopefully this episode will give you some information to better navigate the topic.

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“All Creatures of Our God and King” Original words (v. 1-2) by St. Francis of Assisi, translated by William Henry Draper. Music, 16th Century German tune, adapted by Jonathan Baird and Ryan Baird. Add. words (v. 3-4) by Jonathan Baird and Ryan Baird. © 2013 Sovereign Grace Worship (ASCAP). Used by permission.

Further reading/sources:

Reformed Arminianism?

Olsen on Reformed Arminianism:…nianism-reformed/

Reformed Theology:


Challies on being Reformed:…-to-be-reformed/

Being reformed according to TGC:…an-reformed/

Ligonier on Being Reformed:…o-be-reformed/

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    • As I explain in the episode, I hold to more progressive covenantalism which differs slightly from the 1689 LBCF. I further explain that even if that distinction wasn’t present, many wouldn’t consider particular baptists “reformed.” It’s all discussed in the episode!

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