Have you ever had a pastor or a professor straight out of school, who only knows how to communicate to other academic people? Supremely annoying.
BTW. Pretty sure I made up the term ‘therapeutic soteriology,’ but it’s pretty spot on. John Wesley saw Christ’s work on the cross as offering a “therapy for the soul,” where sin is a sickness of our souls, and Jesus’s salvation is the healing that brings wholeness back to our souls.