The new Calvinism – another label for those often called ‘young, restless and Reformed’ – is a relatively new, somewhat nebulous, but widespread phenomenon, primarily in Western evangelicalism but spreading in influence across the globe. What are we to make of it? What healthy contributions does it make? What potentially dangerous elements might it contain? Here is an even-handed, pastoral assessment of the new Calvinism, evaluating the movement as a whole and offering encouragements and warnings as appropriate. This fair and careful appraisal gives insight and direction for those seeking to understand, appreciate, and respond to the new Calvinism in its many shapes and colours.