How dare anyone say…
First, there is the conservative expression of Reformed Theology that is spreading like wildfire these days. Conservative Calvinism has had a perennial challenge of honoring its traditions while maintaining its truly Protestant spirit of allowing the Bible, rather than traditions of men, to be the authoritative voice. In all, it is failing on this regard. To be Reformed in this world means, by and large, not to do what the Reformers did in going to the sources of both the Bible and those who have spoken about it, but instead saying what the Reformers said in their theological confessions.
In short, the Reformed Traditions has replaced the Roman Catholic Church as the magisterium in a system that defers to words of people, the word of the church, rather than the word of God.
You really need to read the post. I’ve got to say, that I cannot really disagree with him here, although I think that in many ways, most Christian doctrinal systems are the same way, or rather, the established systems. Maybe they need to get unsettled?