Reformed Theology So, why reformed?  Calvinism

So, why reformed?

Reformed Theology So, why reformed?  Calvinism
So, why reformed?

I grew up southern baptist, and I’m starting to realize how many different avenues Christianity has taken and how maybe genesis and exodus probably isn’t literal historically. It’s taken a toll on my faith so I come to see what truth I can figure out.

So here I stand, wondering why exactly the Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, and angelical churches all claim to be what was originally taught by the apostles after the resurrection. Any historical information to show that’s not the case? And what particular reasons do we not use the apocrypha or the common book of prayer or any other text like that?

And what of traditions, I’m not well versed, but Jesus said to hold on to oral traditions and writing at some point right? Why are our traditions the way they are today?

I mean, it’s not hard for me to say “well the church isn’t inerrant” because it’s been proven to not be. So I’m not really looking for he said she said. I’m looking for historical and theological answers to see why reformed is a sound view of the gospel. Thanks guys, y’all da best.

I grew up southern baptist, and I’m starting to realize how many different avenues Christianity has taken and how maybe genesis and exodus probably isn’t literal historically. It’s taken a toll on my faith so I come to see what truth I can figure out.So here I stand, wondering why exactly the Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, and angelical churches all claim to be what was originally taught by the apostles after the resurrection. Any historical information to show that’s not the case? And what particular reasons do we not use the apocrypha or the common book of prayer or any other text like that?And what of traditions, I’m not well versed, but Jesus said to hold on to oral traditions and writing at some point right? Why are our traditions the way they are today?I mean, it’s not hard for me to say “well the church isn’t inerrant” because it’s been proven to not be. So I’m not really looking for he said she said. I’m looking for historical and theological answers to see why reformed is a sound view of the gospel. Thanks guys, y’all da best.
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