James Smith is the author of the latest Comment. Smith looks at 'Neocalvinism . . . maybe: a peek into my neocalvinist toolbox.
He writes he could still consider himself a neocalvinist if: neocalvinsists recover a deep sense of the antithesis; neocalvinism is understood as a catholic tradition; neocalvinism can welcome the Spirit's charismatic renewal; neocalvinism can think of the possibility of a 'Reformed monasticism'.
Many of his thoughts echo those of an earlier article in Comment by Al Wolters; Smith's Comment is likely to provoke much useful debate.