Everyones a Theologian Bye the way ligonier was giving out 2 copies of this synopsis book on Systematic Theology for a donation (not as deep as a real systematic theology book by Erickson, Grudem, etc) but who besides graduate students read those type of books these days anyways? But one thing I discovered is that Reformed Theology (at least in eschatology) borrows much from Catholicism for some reason which I can't explain as I am no historian. Jonathan Edwards did not hold to Biblical Eschatology unfortunately despite his excellent writing and preaching. I have mostly always visited Calvinistic Dispensational churches but do not believe to have visited a Reformed church subscribing to infant baptism, Creeds, Confessions, and other Reformed distinctive. Have you? and if so was it Catholic like with the environment and all? http://www.saintandrewsonline.org Although Reformed it has the name and look of a Catholic Church. As I mentioned I have never visited a Reformed church (well besides Faith Free Presbyterian Greenville, SC).