I was rather disappointed that Schreiner did not provide much of a sketch of the five views. I got the names of the defenders and, for instance, now know that there is some new Finnish view on Luther. But the review didn't give me much of an idea of what that view is. (I'm taking it as a desideratum on book reviews that their job is to give a summary of the content, a much more quick and dirty summary of the content of the chapters than an editor of a book would provide in the introduction.) Perhaps that's his point: to entice me to look more by hiding other details.