Scot McKnight is wondering whether low-church evangelicalism—having dispensed with the historic creeds and worship forms embraced by the likes of Luther and Calvin—deserves to be called “Protestant”:
Low church evangelicalism is too often theologically shallow, frequently chaotic in its order of worship, nearly always lopsided in which parts of the Bible it preaches and teaches and knows, and inexcusably ignorant when it comes to the history of God’s people called the Church. These are marks that it has wandered from the gift of the Reformation. These are marks of groups that are not Protestant.
I wonder, too. Actually, I don’t much any more.