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The Theological Correspondence of John Frame



Theological Correspondence

Over the course of his noteworthy career as a theologian, John Frame corresponded prolifically with theologians, pastors, and students, answering their questions on matters of the faith, the church, and the practice of theology.

The Theological Correspondence of John Frame now makes this correspondence available exclusively through Lexham Press. More personal, but no less theologically robust than his academic work, Dr. Frame himself states that this collection of letters is the single most comprehensive account of his theological thought.

Ranging widely in topic and spanning over 300,000 words—the equivalent of three print volumes—Theological Correspondence contains letters that will be of value to any pastor, theologian or student, just as they were to the original recipients. Organized topically and fully tagged and cross referenced, this resource is now the best single account of Dr. Frame’s thought available and an invaluable tool for the study of theology in the Reformed tradition.

  • Part One: Systematic Theology
    • Introduction
    • The Doctrine of God
    • The Word of God
    • Angels
    • Man
    • Election and Covenant
    • The Person and Work of Christ
    • The Spirit’s Application of Salvation
    • Grace, Law, Obedience
    • The Church
    • The Last Days
  • Part Two: Philosophy and Apologetics
    • Metaphysics
    • Epistemology
    • Ethics: The Antithesis
    • The History of Philosophy
    • Apologetic Methods
    • Apologetic Problems
  • Part Three: Ethics and Miscellany
    • Introduction to Ethics
    • Ethical Decision-Making
    • Christ and Culture
    • God’s Commandments
    • Miscellany
    • Appreciation to Friends
    • Personal Reflections

Product Details

  • Title: The Theological Correspondence of John Frame
  • Author: John M. Frame
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Format: Logos Digital
John Frame

John M. Frame (b. 1939) is an American philosopher and a Calvinist theologian especially noted for his work in epistemology, presuppositional apologetics, systematic theology, and ethics. He is one of the foremost interpreters and critics of the thought of Cornelius Van Til. Dr. Frame formerly taught at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, and Westminster Theological Seminary.


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  1. Kevin Bratcher
  2. Richard Zuelch
    It's probably very interesting and very edifying, but the fact that it's in digital form only is very annoying. How about a nice three-volume hardback set?

  3. Larry Craig

    Larry Craig


    sample pages?