Category Archives: John Frame

How I Have Changed

I spent a couple of hours today chatting with an old friend of mine. He is now a pastor of a Lutheran congregation. He is a fine fellow whom I long to re-acquaint face to face with a pipe and … Continue reading

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John Frame on Theology as Application

Theology is the application of the Word by persons to the world and to all areas of human life. We need theology not because there is something wrong with the Bible, an improper form perhaps, but because there is something … Continue reading

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Preaching Law/Gospel

In light of recent discussions on law/gospel, I was reminded of this short gem from my former professor John Frame: We should be reminded of course that there is also an opposite extreme: preaching “gospel” in such a way as … Continue reading

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Frame on Higher Education

I am a strong proponent of theological seminaries. As a graduate of RTS/Orlando (pictured on the left), I have been immensely privileged to sit under godly scholars. In particular, Professor John Frame highly affected my thinking in apologetics and ethics. … Continue reading

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John Frame and Evangelicalism

In this interview, James Grant speak about Frame’s as controversialist and catholic. Pastor Grant is a contributor to the book Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John Frame.

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Andrew Sandlin Responds to Horton

We should use the Bible as the Bible invites us to use it — and not impose on every passage a “theological interpretation” — no matter how pious and Christ honoring it may appear.

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John Frame Responds to Horton’s Two-Kingdom Theology

The “two Kingdoms” perspective: This discussion is sometimes caught up in eschatological debate: is the Kingdom of God only future or is it in some sense present now? Sometimes it is waylaid by debates about the roles of church and … Continue reading

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From the archives: To Unite or to Divide; this is the question

Editor’s Note: This article was first posted in December of 2004. Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) is today one of the most well-known seminaries in the world. When J. Gresham Machen proposed a new seminary in 1929 (see Gary North’s analysis … Continue reading

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Frame and Sandlin on the Classical Conception of God

My professor John Frame and Pastor Andrew Sandlin have begun a lively, but cordial discussion on the Classical Conception of God. You can find the context of the debate here.

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Similarities in God’s thoughts and Man’s thoughts: A few observations

This is based on a discussion on the Gordon Clark v. Van Til debate in the OPC in the 1940’s. For further background see my paragraph entitled: Futile Disputes, and peruse through the comments for context. Dear brother, let me … Continue reading

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Futile Disputes

In his introduction to Apologetics, Professor Frame told us that the Van Til vs. Clark debate was a futile discussion that only led to chaos in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC). The disputation concerns whether we think like God (Clark) … Continue reading

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John Frame on Traditionalism

With Mark Horne, I too have an opposing understanding of Biblical worship to Professor Frame. Nevertheless, this is still a helpful analysis of a very misunderstood method. John Frame is an enlightening thinker in the Reformed faith. Professor Frame’s Article

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John Frame on Law and Gospel

Professor John Frame discusses the proper Biblical way to deal with law and gospel.

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To divide or to unite; this is the real question.

Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) is today one of the most well-known seminaries in the world. When J. Gresham Machen proposed a new seminary in 1929 (see Gary North’s analysis of Westminster’s history in his book : Westminster’s Confession: The Abandonment … Continue reading

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4 quick updates

#1 For anyone interested in a great movie to rent in the next few weeks you will be pleased to watch: Man on Fire. Undoubtedly, this has made my top 10 list. Denzel Washington takes on Mexico City’s corrupt police … Continue reading

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