Puritan Board Sophomore
I am going to be doing a study on Calvin and the Calvinists. What I need help with here is the different strains of Calvin against the Calvinists. As far as I can tell there seems to be two strains: the Modernist/Neo-Orthodox strain, which sees Post-Reformation scholasticism as dead and way too rigid, and the R. T. Kendall strain, which sees later Calvinists, following Beza and Perkins, as perverting Calvin's doctrine of faith and assurance and the atonement. I assume Basil Hall fits in with the Modernist/Neo-Orthodox. Is there any other version of Calvin against the Calvinists that I am missing. Is my paradigm correct? Thanks in advance.