A classic work, weighty in revelation on the majesty of God, but not without its depersonalization of His personhood and form. Not atypical of the puritans, just wished they would have de-Greeced a bit from their Hebrew hellenizationism.
I realize this review is 3 years old Matt, but a for instance would have been nice. I wonder if Greek philosophy was their problem or if American philosopher is yours. Hard to say without something a bit more substantive to evaluate.