I would like to call special attention to Eric Parker’s blog, Epistole. He has been posting some fantastic material lately on 16th and 17th century Reformed humanism. This is a vastly neglected aspect of our Reformed heritage. Most of us have never heard of the men Eric is citing from, let alone read anything by them and tried to grapple with it, and as a result, our view of what it means to be “Reformed” is rather lopsided.
Eric is doing great work, and I can’t recommend it highly enough!