I didn’t just have Calvinistic beliefs—I was a fighting apologist for Calvinism. I remember one evening when a debate with friends over Calvinism lasted a good eight hours! Thankfully, those and other non-Calvinist friends had a lot of patience with me, and I gradually came to see the light.
So I can see a lot of my own story in Austin Fischer’s Young, Restless, No Longer Reformed: Black Holes, Love, and a Journey In and Out of Calvinism.
This book is much more than an argument against Calvinism. It’s really an examination of how and why we do theology.