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Book Review: Reformed is Not Enough

In this his latest book, Douglas Wilson argues that contemporary Reformed theology has become gnostic in recent years. While there are positive things about this book (Wilson affirms various orthodox doctrines and interacts with historic Reformed teaching), there are many negative things. In the end, the negative outweighs the positive as Wilson ends up tilting at windmills - attacking opponents that simply do not exist, or at least whom he does not demonstrate to exist.

Let us therefore first turn to Wilson's case and then critique his arguments.