It will probably only make sense to him. :)
And, yeah, totally agree with West on this point. Campbell seems to start building a case from a "non-contractual" or anti-contractual approach that proposes a basic failure of all justification theology without (as yet) seeming to account for how contractual/covenantal theology sure seems foundational to OT literature and how Paul was likely to have understood that literature.
This is one of those blog posts that maybe four people on earth care about. As far as that goes that's sort of what Wenatchee The Hatchet does. It's all worth it if someone benefits from a blog post discussing the use of sonata allegro forms in the works of Sor, Giuliani and Diabelli, though.