John Frame's Selected Shorter Writings, Volume Three
Frame, John M.
“A veritable cornucopia of Frame’s theology....Frame is not afraid to slay sacred cows...if he believes they don’t pass biblical muster. Whether you have never read Frame before or have read all that he’s written to date, this book will inform, intrigue, encourage, edify, rouse, and convict you.”See All
P. Andrew Sandlin
President, Center for Cultural Leadership
“John Frame is certainly one of those ‘dangerous theologians.’ Of course, that means he is mild and loving, even as he confronts error boldly and builds the necessary biblical–theological frameworks for our times. He covers many important topics with our necessary standards for accounting (cf. Heb. 4:12–13). We see more of the sea lanes traversed as he pursues that Great White Whale of biblical truth applied!”See All
Andrew J. Peterson
President, Reformed Theological Seminary, Global Education
John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writings, Volume 3 includes more than thirty short, pointed essays, sermons, and addresses that summarize some of John Frame’s central (and sometimes peripheral!) ideas about the nature and method of theology, theological issues, epistemology, apologetics, the church, and ethics. Part 1 includes “Machen’s Warrior Children,” Frame’s insightful treatment of twenty–one intramural battles within the Reformed camp from 1935 to the present. Other essays introduce clarifications of theological concepts, intended to resolve or alleviate conflicts in the church, on topics such as biblical inerrancy, Open Theism, law and gospel, and the roles of grace and law in sanctification. There are also essays about Biblicism, presuppositionalism, apologetics, the regulative principle, and contemporary worship music.