Richard Muller has put all theological students and pastors in his debt with his dictionary. Explanations of vexing Greek and Latin theological terms are drawn mainly from Protestant scholastic theology. Muller frequently explains the differences between the Catholic, Lutheran and Reformed systems which developed after the Reformation.
"In addition to its importance for the study of scholasticism, this is useful as a dictionary of classic Protestant theology. . . . Certain to become a standard reference tool." - John R. Muether, Westminster Theological Journal
"The author has painstakingly provided us with the means to master the technical vocabulary of the Protestant heritage. The dictionary is clear, concise, and carefully nuanced." - Mark Bishop Newell, TSF Bulletin