John Frame's Selected Shorter Writings (Volume 2)
:Twenty-six short, pointed essays summarizing some of Frame's central (and a few peripheral) ideas about Scripture, theological education, theological method, apologetics, ethics, and the church, along with essays on interesting personal reflections. The book begins with Inerrancy: A Place to...
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:Twenty-six short, pointed essays summarizing some of Frame's central (and a few peripheral) ideas about Scripture, theological education, theological method, apologetics, ethics, and the church, along with essays on interesting personal reflections. The book begins with Inerrancy: A Place to Live, one of Frame's shortest and clearest presentations of this aspect of the doctrine of Scripture. This essay is complemented later in the book by Let God Be True: Scripture and Certainty. Other essays include Why Theology Needs Philosophy, (presaging Frame's epic History of Western Philosophy and Theology), The Academic Captivity of Theology, The Demise of Systematic Theology, The Heart of the Atonement, The Bible on the Problem of Evil, Tolerance, Two Levels of Divine Blessing, What Denomination Should I Join?, Worship That Pleases God, My Exceptions to the Westminster Standards, and (just for fun) Triperspectival Dieting. You will be delighted, entertained, challenged and come away feeling smarter than you were before!
Dr. John M. Frame (M.A., M.Phil., Yale University) is Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary. An outstanding theologian, John Frame distinguished himself during 31 years on the faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary, and was a founding faculty member of WTS California.
He is best known for his prolific writings including ten volumes, a contributor to many books and reference volumes, as well as scholarly articles and magazines. Rev. Frame is a talented musician and discerning media critic who is deeply committed to the work of ministry and training pastors.
His select publications include Apologetics to the Glory of God (1994); Cornelius Van Til: An Analysis of his Thought (1995); Worship in Spirit and Truth (1996), and Contemporary Music: a Biblical Defense (1997), and his recent major works in the Theology of Lordship series The Doctrine of God; The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God; Doctrine of the Christian Life and The Doctrine of the Word of God.
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