1. Dissatisfaction with the theology and religiousNathan unpacks each of these points, showing why he thinks each one is a factor. I ordered Collin Hansen's new book, Young Restless and Reformed, which also explores this return to a more historic grounding in theology. It hasn't arrived in the mail yet, but when it does, I will be curious to see if Hansen picks up on some of the same reasons.
environment of our parents.
2. Desire for a rootedness and connectedness with the
3. The resurgence of Puritan literature.
4. John Piper.
5. The internet (and Monergism in particular).
For those of my readers who consider themselves Reformed, or are interested in Reformed theology, what attracted you to it, and what have been factors in your shift?