This comes from C. Matthew McMahon of A Puritan’s Mind:—
I don’t want to be misunderstood - so I’ll try to be as clear as possible.
Wright is a heretic. A heresiarch. He will forever burn under God’s righteous wrath and under the solemn and scornful gaze of the Lamb of God for all eternity if he does not change his theological views before he dies, or rather, his lack of good theology! He is a false teacher, and one of the most influential heretics of the century because he affected people at the seminary level - where pastors are trained and scholars born - and has infected a good number of churches, right down to the layman and youth of the day.
You can read the whole discussion here. It seems to me that such inflammatory language is frequently used in order to force people to close their minds on a particular issue before they have anywhere near the relevant amount of information to intelligently make it up. Such a statement also betrays a lack of understanding concerning the character of saving faith, in the worst tradition of Reformed rationalism.