Theologically-orthodox Christians, or folks interested in things that theologically-orthodox Christians think.
I come back to this theme often, not only in reading this book but in theological reflection in general. What kind of theologian are you (am I)? To be a theologian is not merely to be someone who studies the ideas of theology; it is to be someone who encounters the subject of theology. And there can be no such encounter which does not transform us.
But Webster’s way of putting it describes that transformation rightly: it is not some kind of generic transformation into being better than we were before, not just enlightenment or expansion of one’s mind. It is dying to self and being made alive in Christ. That is good news, but it is not easy news. “For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few.”