My favorite is this bit:
Childs lines up with Frei (indeed, partly learns from Frei) on "the heart of the problem: that for Calvin, the sensus literalis IS Jesus Christ. And it was only when you have the eighteenth century identification of the literal sense with the historical sense that you’re just hopelessly lost."
When they say this (Frei: "That's right.") nobody knows what they're talking about.
I love it! Read the whole dialogue here!