I get many Anchorites annoyed when I tell them that some generic essay against mainstream Baptist culture does not count as a “Refutation of Reformed Theology.” I then tell them to read Turretin and Muller. They get really annoyed. I then told them that Bradley Nassif recommended Muller (LOL). I got the hint to leave. I decided, not only for their sakes but also for anyone else who is interested. Here is a brief collection of talks (and later essays) by men who are world-renowned authorities on Reformed scholasticism. Most of these talks are reasonably short (fewer than 45 minutes, which is a lot better than my slugging through an hour and a half Carlton lecture on the energies with bad sound recording) and Muller is a very gifted speaker.
Was Calvin a Calvinist? (Please listen to this first and stop with silly terms like “Calvinism.” Calvin was actually a younger Reformer and deferred to Bucer and Vermigli. Is it fair, or even rational, to call the latter two “Calvinists?”)
Jonathan Edward’s Break with the Reformed Tradition. This helps you understand the difference between the types of necessity and how facile it is to say “Reformed don’t believe in free will!”