Testimonies are popular because preaching Christ and the gospel has become not just unnecessary, but "boring" to many evangelicals.
"The Twilight song sounds and feels like a worship song, but only Jesus Culture's 'Happy Day' is the real worship song."
The Lord's Supper was a full meal or agape ("love feast") even after the apostolic age until the 3rd century, when the agape and the formal supper became separate institutions.
The sixteenth century Reformation restored to the Church vital truths taught in Scripture. To stray from the Reformation is to stray from the truth of God's Word.
Reformed piety includes the personal aspect, including private prayer and meditation on Scripture. Yet it emphasizes the importance of growing together: as covenant families in daily worship and instruction (catechism) and in the communion of saints gathering each Lord’s Day for the Word, the sacraments, and discipline.
Reformed theology emphasizes that our entire salvation is due to God’s faithfulness, not ours. Yet precisely because this is true, we want to be faithful.
Regardless of what individuals teach, our confessions teach that human beings are never forced to believe or do anything against their will.
I would add one myth that would top all of these five myths; in fact, this is way more popular than all myths about Reformed Christianity. What is this myth?
Unavoidably, natural analogies have been mentioned as a way of explaining this doctrine, especially to young children. But there are many doctrines such as the Trinity that are impossible to explain from our human experience.
Read the Minority Report, then tell us what you think: Should Reformed churches recognize Roman Catholic baptisms?
What would you do if you were in their shoes? (Notice, it's not, "What would Jesus do?")
For a great example of how this tutorial is implemented, listen to the master worship guru: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a48gIt84AZc