A good word from John Webster to all students (not just of theology).
Theologically-orthodox Christians, or folks interested in things that theologically-orthodox Christians think.
A good word for all who would learn and study:
This is not just true of theology, but of all kinds of study. I was thinking just last night how important it is for software developers to learn the history of our field, to read essays and papers from the past. In every field, it is that immersion in the past — in what we as a people have already learned — that “forms the powers of understanding and judgement which in turn serve discovery of the new.”