There is no Reformed agenda behind The Gospel Project curriculum. That is why we recommend resources from Reformed and non-Reformed pastors and authors at the end of each lesson, why we quote from people all throughout church history, including men like John Wesley, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and more contemporary pastors like Adrian Rogers and W.A. Criswell.
All lessons will be written and edited within the parameters of the Baptist Faith and Message. Furthermore, when we do discuss any of the particularly controversial points of soteriology, we will offer the different positions related in the BF&M and leave it at that. The Gospel Project will not take a stance one way or another on issues that directly involve Reformed theology.
The intention of the curriculum is to point people to Jesus and encourage His people to be about His mission, not push a particular system of theology.
For more information, please see this interview with managing editor Trevin Wax, in which he addresses these issues: sbcvoices.com/the-gospel-project-an-interview-with-trevin-wax/
For more information on The Gospel Project, and to see samples of this curriculum, please visit this link: www.gospelproject.com