The author [Richard Muller] has painstakingly provided us with the means to master the technical vocabulary of the Protestant heritage. The dictionary is clear, concise, and carefully nuanced. It is a trustworthy and precise reference tool that deserves wide acceptance from seminaries and libraries. The book will accomplish its goals for its intended audience with great success. It will also go far to promote a more responsible understanding of Protestant scholasticism among those outside the Reformed or Lutheran traditions.
Who is Bradley Nassif, you ask? Just one of the top EO commentators today. And yet people accuse Muller and me of making this stuff up. Admittedly, while I appreciate Nassif’s remarks, he was a bit naive on that last sentence.
(From the back blurb of the 1995 edition)