Volume one of The Collected Works of John M. Frame contains all six of Dr. Frame’s books on theology—including The Doctrine of God, winner of the 2003 ECPA Gold Medallion Award for Theology and Doctrine. That’s over 2,150 pages of cutting-edge Reformed theology.
Among other works, this collection includes 1,500 pages of Dr. Frame’s shorter theological writings: journal articles, pamphlets, lecture outlines, study guides, syllabi, and written sermons—virtually everything Dr. Frame has written about theology over the past 40 years!
Dr. Frame is noted for his belief that theology is application—the use of God’s revelation to meet the spiritual needs of people, to promote godliness and spiritual health. Therefore, his theology is inherently practical, deeply grounded in Scripture, and unusually comprehensive.
In this collection, Dr. John Frame combines his wealth of learning and love for theology with 40 years of teaching, making his writings an extraordinarily seasoned, savory, and satisfying feast for the heart and mind.
In the Logos edition of The Collected Works of John M. Frame, vol. 1: Theology, you get easy access to Scripture texts and to a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Hovering over Scripture references links you instantly to the verse you’re looking for, and with passage guides, word studies, and a wealth of other tools from Logos, you can delve into God’s Word like never before!
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Few in our day champion a vision of God as massive, magnificent, and biblical as John Frame. For decades, he has given himself to the church, to his students, and to meticulous thinking and the rigorous study of the Bible. He has winsomely, patiently, and persuasively contended for the gospel in the secular philosophical arena, as well as in the thick of the church worship wars and wrestlings with feminism and open theism. He brings together a rare blend of big-picture thinking, leveled-headed reflection, biblical fidelity, a love for the gospel and the church, and the ability to write with care and clarity. These collected works of John Frame are a precious gift to the church.
—John Piper, pastor, Bethlehem Baptist Church
Clarity, warmth, thoroughness, and the charm of unassuming mastery are the marks of all John Frame’s published work. As a systematic theologian, he is in fact one of the giants of our time, and to have his stellar writings about God brought together on disk is a tremendous boon.
—J.I. Packer, Regent College
I already own hard copies of most of what John Frame has written and have read the material with enormous profit. Whether he is articulating the best form of presuppositional apologetics, expounding the doctrine of God, or debunking Open Theism, Frame is always worth reading carefully and thoughtfully. To have this material in digital form, not only compact but searchable, is a great boon.
—D.A. Carson, research professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
The entire John Frame theological corpus made available to serious students, pastors, and teachers worldwide? What a boon to the church universal! Frame’s rigorous, clear, and passionately biblical theology has graced the hearts and thinking of this generation and, now, so many more. This is essential theological fare. Highly recommended.
—R. Kent Hughes, senior pastor emeritus, College Church
John Frame’s writings are celebrated rightly for their scriptural base, his sober thinking, his spiritual tone and application of sound doctrine, and his simplicity of style.
—Bruce Waltke, professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary
To have so much of John Frame’s theological work—not only all his major books but numerous shorter items—all made available together in this convenient and easily searchable format should greatly enhance his value to the cause of the gospel, for readers both old and new.
—Richard B. Gaffin, Jr., Charles Krahe Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
Although I have never sat in his classroom, John Frame has been my teacher for years. His work is marked by a capable handling of Scripture, historical awareness, and astute theological thinking in the Reformed tradition. The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God, The Doctrine of God, and No Other God: A Response to Open Theism have helped me much. Because my training is exegetical and historical and not philosophical, I must rely on theologians who are trained in philosophy. But I am frequently displeased with the place the Bible occupies in their work. John pleases me, however, because he deliberately and consistently subordinates his own ideas to the Word of God. All in all, John’s writings have helped me love God better with my mind. As a result, I am happy to recommend The Collected Works of John M. Frame, Volume 1: Theology for those who want a sure guide to many important aspects of Christian theology.
—Robert A. Peterson, professor of systematic theology, Covenant Theological Seminary
John M. Frame (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary, MPhil, Yale University, DD, Belhaven College) is professor of systematic theology and philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. He is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church in America. Previously, he taught at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia (1968–80) and Westminster Theological Seminary in California (1980–2000).