"We are reformed, but not old school, and don't baptize babies, don't hold to the regulative principle, and won't die on the hill of Limited Atonement, but hold a more unlimited/limited position, which upsets both sides of the debate. In the end, I hold to a high view of inerrant Scripture and am trying to be biblical, even when it makes a mess of my systematics."Mark Driscoll in Criswell Theological Journal, vol. 3, issue 2.
Surprisingly, I guess Mark Driscoll would consider me in the same area of the Reformed camp on this issue. I am glad to see one of the top Calvinist Pastors in America has an open view (and consequently, more scripturally appropriate) of the theological construct he has chosen. I wonder how many have actually rearranged the furniture in their Calvinist house so radically?
This makes me hopeful for all the young Calvinists following Driscoll.