Theologically-orthodox Christians, or folks interested in things that theologically-orthodox Christians think.
Webster’s gift, in so much of his work, was not saying something new, but saying old things in just the right new words. Here, for example: to say that “Christology is a moral undertaking” is (or ought to be!) quite arresting! I taught a class on Christology a few years ago, spent months thinking about it, and had never — not once — framed it this way in my mind. The very act of theologizing about Jesus Christ must be “a moral undertaking,” because Jesus Christ is the holy God: to study him, to see him rightly at all, we cannot avoid holiness. (Nor indeed can we avoid it in any case: we are his creatures!)
He forms us. As Webster says between the lines I have quoted here, “in Christ’s death and resurrection [we] are made and moved…”. And that formation is very good: