I think this issue becomes unnecessarily ascribed as a "we own the Reformed moniker" issue and deflects from what I believe the principle issue is.
That's not why I press the issue. I press the issue because I think, as I did, many out there simply do not have enough history behind them to make judgments that affect real life right now. For some reason (Enlightenment teaching?) people are encased with thinking that if what we believe now is "believed now" then that is what "everyone always beleived." If I knew my views were relatively "new", and someone told me that, I would have had a hard time reconciling my new views to the views of the Church.