It seems to me that Reformed Baptist is an oxymoron because doesn't reformed mean that one accepts infant baptism? So what would a person who accepts the five points of Calvinism - TULIP and the five solas of the reformation be called, if they bellieve these things but adhere to only adult baptism by immersion? Maybe simply a Calvinistic Baptist? I've also heard of Particular Baptists but that is only one of the five points. It would be good to know how to label such a person without incorrectly using the term "Reformed". I think that John Macarthur almost falls into this category except for his dispensationalism. Never heard him put any kind of denominational label on himself except for IFCA which isn't really a denomination.