Reformed and Charismatic

Michael Horton argues for some careful thinking about the fusion of charismatic practices and Reformed theology in a number of contemporary settings. I generally concur. I think I’d like a bit more reflection on the historical development of doctrine which isn’t always strictly interpretive, but the basic outline of his argument make sense to me. I do expect Horton could conceivably write a similar post arguing that premillennialism or dispensationalism are likewise somehow incompatible with the Reformed faith, though I’m less sure the biblical issues are so quite so clearly¬†discernible (most of his argument is more exegetical and historical rather than drawn on anything distinctively Reformed, at least in my view).


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