John Frame--who was Michael Horton's professor (and mine) during his time at Westminster--has published a decidedly negative (and to my mind, mean-spirited and completely wide of the mark) review of Michael Horton's book Christless Christianity.
Frame's review can be found here: http://www.frame-poythress.org/frame_articles/2009Horton.htm
Here's a reply posted today on the White Horse Inn blog: http://www.whitehorseinn.org/archives/166.html
Michael is perfectly capable of defending himself. He'll do that when and how he sees fit.
But given Frame's lament about "Machen's Warrior Children," his open disdain for the law-gospel distinction, his long-standing support and defense of Norman Shepherd, his rosy assessment of contemporary American Evangelicalism, and his history of muddying Reformed theological distinctions (perspectivalism, anyone?) sadly, Frame's negative review comes as no surprise.
As is so often the case, Darryl Hart says it better than I ever could: Hart's Review of "Frame's Review"
Scott Clark gives some historical (institutional) background to Frame's "hit piece" as Scott correctly calls it, as well setting forth a compelling case as to why John Frame is much more of an Evangelical latitudinarian, than a confessional Reformed theologian. This is must reading. Scott Clark on Frame