Tim Chester posted a short review of Horton's new systematic theology, The Christian Faith. I have thought about plowing through it, but haven't committed myself just that. I resonated with Chester's comment concerning the difference between Grudem and Horton:
"Grudem's book is a good reference book, but it tends to involve 'doing theology by making lists' with proof texts. Horton is 'doing theology by telling a story' - the story of the Bible and the story of the church wrestling with the biblical record. This makes it a far more engaging read."