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In the theology section I opened a thread and discussed at length the naturalistic, materialistic aspect of Reformed and particularly Calvin's approach to questions of religion in comparison to preceding forms of Christianity like Orthodoxy and Lutheranism. In the thread I discussed three cases of Reformed using naturalistic reasoning to judge issues involving the supernatural, but there are numerous other instances, ranging from disputes over the practice of keeping holy peoples' objects, clothes, and bones to Jesus' potential presence in Eucharist bread. My goal in the thread is to see whether Reformed have explained in literaure the basis for this kind of reasoning.

Have Reformed explained the premises for skeptical, naturalistic reasoning?


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