"A fresh reading of Calvinism emerges from these pages, rich in historical insight and open to alternative positions in doctrines of election, of justification, and of the scope of salvation in Christ." comes from one of the reviewers. Another reviewer echoes the same sentiment. Then if you read a couple of the sample pages the concerns about this book grow. This sounds like someone saying they are reformed yet wanting to redefine core reformed doctrines. From the reviews and the sample pages I am not sure what they mean by reformed.
- One may disagree with Crisp's conclusions, but Oliver Crisp is an excellent philosophical theologian and I'm glad his works are starting to appear in Logos. Crisp's work is worth reading and interacting with, even if holds to more traditional Reformed theology (as I do).