John Frame's Selected Shorter Writings, Volume 2
Title: John Frame's Selected Shorter Writings, Volume 2
Publisher: P&R Publishing
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!