If I had to label myself, I guess I would go with “Reformed Southern Baptist”. I hold to the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Second London Baptist Confession) as well as the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 (though there are a few points I would tweak for clarity). These documents represent my beliefs fairly accurately.
Though Calvinistic in my soteriology, most of the Southern Baptist churches I’ve been a member of have been Traditionalist (non-Calvinistic). I tend to hold a more nuanced view of Calvinism than many. I’ve written more about this here and here.
(It breaks my heart that as a lifelong Southern Baptist, I can no longer personally support the leadership, the entities, or most of the things currently happening at the national level of the SBC. The doctrinally sound, autonomous church I’m currently a member of is still in the SBC but is actively fighting back against the darkness and ungodliness that is slowly taking over.)
I also subscribe to:
The Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood