• I just purchased the set from Logos yesterday and have only read the first three chapters. This book appears to be constructed from his classroom lectures in which he presents his subject with depth and he writes with a style that is easy to follow and comprehend. It appears he method is to get us reading historical texts or quotes, which is what i wished someone did for me prior to me talking some theology courses when i was eighteen. As far as decrying the fact of where he taught or he fundamentalist viewpoint .one should considered the viewpoint of the text he is writing about which appears to be quite fundamental in viewpoint. And for those decrying his comments on the effects of so called "christian" writers on the church doctrinal positions, you should keep in mind of their anti Christian bias,
    1. Hi Terry... thank you for your review... How many stars would you give?