Some cultural and theological movements are simple and easy to understand. Reformed Angry Calvinism is not one of those movements, as illustrated by Ted Kluck and Zach Bartels in Younger, Restlesser, Reformeder: A Good Natured Roast. These authors elucidate the complexities of the movement with the Reformed Quotient (RQ) formula. This formula allows one to recognize where they fall within the Reformed Movement, ranging from non-elect to C.J. Mahaney.
The authors go on to instruct new reformed Christians on living as part of the Younger, Restlesser, Reformeder movement. They touch on facets of life including what you drive, fashion, media, books, relationships, and so much more.
This book will undoubtedly prove to be one of the most influential lifestyle books to come to Reformed/reformed readers since the Institutes of John Calvin himself. This tome is pregnant with wisdom for daily living. No other work, including the Bible, Grudem’s Systematic Theology, and any TGC article about Lecrae can do more for your reformed persona.
If you are interested in boosting your Reformed Quotient, growing in intellectual pretentious activities, or simply becoming a better Christian, you should run (not walk) to Amazon.com to purchase your new (not used) copy today!