What part does the Reformed tradition play in a "post- denominational" church? What is the value of the Reformed tradition in a rapidly changing world?
To Be Reformed: Living the Tradition responds to these questions by exploring the ongoing relevance of Reformed perspectives on Christian faith and life. Joseph D. Small moves beyond the European, male origins of the tradition to probe the interaction of tradition and modernity, theology and culture, and faith and secularity. He brings to believers--pastors, elders, deacons, and church members--a distinctive appreciation of what it means to confess the faith in the contemporary world, and the role of confession in reforming the church.