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  • “As a systematic theologian, John Frame is one of the giants of our time” – J.I. Packer
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The John Frame Theology Collection Includes the Following Resources:


The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God

Dr. Frame combines trenchant analysis with practical insight and counsel for living in the knowledge of God. 464 pages. Retail in print is 29.99.

“A magnificent treatment that will be a standard work for decades.” – Dr. Wayne Grudem


No Other God: A Response to Open Theism

Dr. Frame clearly describes Open Theism and evaluates it biblically. 240 pages. Retail in print is 14.99.

“The appearance of this book is good news.” Dr. John Piper


Salvation Belongs to the Lord: An Introduction to Systematic Theology

In an almost conversational style, Frame explores all the major biblical truths, explains key terms of systematic theology, and reflects on their implications. 360 pages. Retail in print is 24.99.

“vigorously orthodox and sweetly pastoral.” Dr. William Edgar


The Doctrine of God

Frame examines the attributes, acts, and names of God in connection with a full spectrum of relevant theological, ethical and spiritual truths. 888 pages. Retail in print is 39.99.

“the best thing I have seen in this area.” Dr. Reginald McLelland


Perspectives on the Word of God

Professor Frame examines the nature, media, and application of God’s Word.


The Amsterdam Philosophy: A Critique

Written by Professor Frame in the midst of theological warfare at Westminster Theological Seminary


John Frame’s Shorter Theological Writings

Journals and Periodicals

  • “No Scripture No Christ,” Synapse II 1.1, (Jan. 1972).
  • “The Word of God in the Cosmonomic Philosophy,” Presbyterian Guardian 41 (Oct. 1972), 123–25.
  • “What is God’s Word?,” in Robert Morey, ed., The Dooyeweerdian Concept of the Word of God (Nutley, N.J.: Presbyterian & Reformed Pub. Co., 1974), 32–37.
  • “Reply to Prof. Zylstra,” Presbyterian Gurdian 42 (April 1973), 60–61.
  • “Toronto, Reformed Orthodoxy, and the Word of God: Where Do We Go from Here?,” Vanguard (Jan–Feb. 1975), 3–4.
  • “Muller on Theology,” Westminster Theological Journal 56 (Spring 1994), 133–51.
  • “In Defense of Something Close to Biblicism: Reflections On Sola Scriptura and History in Theological Method,” Westminster Theological Journal 59 (1997), 269–318.
  • “The Lord’s Authority,” Northland News 1:5 (Oct. 1–7, 2000).
  • “The Lord of Power,” Northland News 1:4 (Sept. 23, 2000).
  • “The Presence of the Lord,” Northland News 1:6 (Oct. 8–14, 2000).
  • “Salvation and Theological Pedagogy,” Reformation and Revival Journal 14:1 (Winter 2005), 57–70.
  • “The Wonder of God Over Us and With Us,” Reformed Quarterly (Winter 2000): 12–13, 17.
  • “Essence of Christianity,” Christian Culture (Nov. 2005), 2.
  • “A Primer on Perspectivalism.”
  • “Rationality and Scripture,” in Hendrik Hart, Johan Van Der Hoeven, and Nicholas Wolterstorff, eds., Rationality in the Calvinian Tradition (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1983), 293–317.

Articles in Books

  • “God and Biblical Language: Transcendence and Immanence,” in John W. Montgomery, ed., God’s Inerrant Word (Grand Rapids: Bethany Fellowship, 1974).
  • “Scripture Speaks for Itself,” in John W. Montgomery, ed., God’s Inerrant Word (Grand Rapids: Bethany Fellowship, 1974).
  • “The Spirit and the Scriptures,” in D. A. Carson and John D. Woodbridge, eds., Hermeneutics, Authority and Canon (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 1986).
  • “Open Theism and Divine Foreknowledge,” in D. Wilson, ed., Bound Only Once: The Failure of Open Theism (Moscow, ID: Canon Press, 2001).
  • “Machen’s Warrior Children,” in Sung Wook Chung, ed., Alistair E. McGrath and Evangelical Theology: A Dynamic Engagement (Carlisle, England: Paternoster Press, 2003).
  • “Preface to Andrew Sandlin, New Flesh, New Earth,” in Andrew Sandlin, New Flesh, New Earth (Lincoln, CA: Oakdown Publishers, 2003).
  • “Foreword,” in Andrew Sandlin, ed., Backbone of the Bible: Covenant in Contemporary Perspective (Nacodoches, TX: Covenant Media Press, 2004).
  • “Preface to The Future of Theology,” in A. T. B. McGowan, ed., Always Reforming: Explorations in Systematic Theology (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2007).

Articles in Dictionaries

  • “Scientia Media,” in Walter A. Elwell, ed., Evangelical Dictionary of Theology (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001).
  • “Second Chance,” in Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, Walter A. Elwell, ed. (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001). “Virgin Birth of Jesus,” in Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, Walter A. Elwell, ed. (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001).
  • “Westminster Catechisms,” in Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, Walter A. Elwell, ed. (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001).
  • “Westminster Confession of Faith,” in Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, Walter A. Elwell, ed. (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2001).
  • “Death of God Theology,” in Sinclair B. Ferguson, D. F. Wright, and J. I. Packer, eds., New Dictionary of Theology (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1988).
  • “Infralapsarianism,” in Donald K. McKim, ed., Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 1992).
  • “Determinism, Chance and Freedom,” in W. C. Campbell-Jack, Gavin J. McGrath, and C. Stephen Evans, eds., New Dictionary of Christian Apologetics (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2006).
  • “Does the Bible Affirm Open Theism?,” in Norman Geisler and Ted Cabal, eds., The Apologetics Study Bible (Nashville: B&H Publishing Group, 2007).

Other Writings

  • “Studying Theology as a Servant of Jesus”
  • “The Doctrine of God—Lecture Outline”
  • “Doctrine of the Knowledge of God (Book)—Lecture Outline”
  • “Doctrine of the Knowledge of God (Apologetics)—Lecture Outline”
  • “Doctrine of the Knowledge of God (Backgrounds)—Lecture Outline”
  • “Doctrine of the Word of God—Lecture Outline”
  • “Modern Views of Revelation and Scripture—Lecture Outline”
  • “Modern Views of God—Extensive Bibliographies”
  • “The Westminster Shorter Catechism—Introduction”
  • “Studies in Modern Theology—Lecture Outline”
  • “Study Guide for Doctrine of God”
  • “Study Guide to Doctrine of the Knowledge of God”
  • “Study Guide to Doctrine of the Word of God”
  • “Modern Views of God—Lecture Outline and Study Guide”
  • “Systematic Theology, Scripture and God—Course Handbook”
  • “Gal. 3:15–29, a Dialogue”
  • “God With Us, Here and Now”
  • “God’s Gift of Time, Mark 2:27–28”
  • “Immanuel, Matt. 1:18–2”
  • “The Claims of Christ, John 5:16–29”
  • “Preservation, 2 Pet. 3:1–18”
  • “Reformation Day, 2000—Sola Scriptura”
  • “God in Time”
  • “Antithesis and the Doctrine of Scripture”
  • “Covenant and the Unity of Scripture”
  • “Will and Moral Responsibility”
  • “God With Us Here and Now”
  • “Introduction to the Reformed Faith”
  • “Is the Bible Inerrant?”
  • “Traditionalism”
  • “Trinitarian Analogies”
  • “Supplement to “Modern Views of Revelation and Scripture” in The Nature and Extent of Biblical Authority, Christian Reformed Church, Report 44”
  • “Remembering Donald B. Fullerton”
  • “My Use of the Reformed Confessions: A Presentation to the Trustees of Westminster Theological Seminary in California”
  • “Law and Gospel”
  • “Providence in All of Life”

MP3 Lectures by Professor Frame (70 Hours)

Understanding Revelation

  • Introduction to the Reformed Faith: The Comprehensiveness of God’s Covenant Lordship
  • Perspectivalism; The Concept of the Word of God
  • The Word of God in Creation; The Media of the Word
  • The Media of the Word, Continued
  • The Message of the Word
  • The Transmission of the Word; Autographs and Copies; Certainty
  • The Inerrancy of the Word
  • The Sufficiency of the Word

Doctrine of the Knowledge of God

  • Backgrounds to the Doctrine of the Knowledge of God
  • Greek Philosophy
  • Medieval Thought
  • Early Modern Thought
  • Post-Kantian Modern Thought
  • Twentieth-Century Philosophy and Apologetics

Lecture on Open Theism

  • Part 1
  • Part 2

Systematic Theology 1

  • The Lordship of God 1
  • The Lordship of God 2
  • The Lordship of God 3
  • Q&A—The Lordship of God
  • Predestination, Responsibility, Evil 1
  • Predestination, Responsibility, Evil 2
  • Predestination, Responsibility, Evil 3
  • Q&A—Predestination, Responsibility, Evil
  • Philosophy of Lordship; Miracle and Providence 1
  • Philosophy of Lordship; Miracle and Providence 2
  • Philosophy of Lordship; Miracle and Providence 3
  • Q&A—Philosophy of Lordship
  • Creation and the Decrees 1
  • Creation and the Decrees 2
  • Creation and the Decrees 3
  • Q&A—Creation and the Decrees
  • Names and Images of God 1
  • Names and Images of God 2
  • Names and Images of God 3
  • Q&A—Names and Images of God

Systematic Theology 2

  • God’s Knowledge and Power 1
  • God’s Knowledge and Power 2
  • God’s Knowledge and Power 3
  • Q&A—God’s Knowledge and Power
  • God, Time, Space, and Aseity 1
  • God, Time, Space, and Aseity 2
  • God, Time, Space, and Aseity 3
  • Q&A—God, Time, Space, and Aseity
  • The Trinity 1
  • The Trinity 2
  • The Trinity 3
  • Q&A—The Trinity
  • The Word of God 1
  • The Word of God 2
  • The Word of God 3
  • Q&A—The Word of God

Systematic Theology 3

  • The Media of the Word 1
  • The Media of the Word 2
  • The Media of the Word 3
  • Q&A—The Media of the Word
  • The Inspiration of Scripture 1
  • The Inspiration of Scripture 2
  • The Inspiration of Scripture 3
  • The Inerrancy of Scripture 1
  • The Inerrancy of Scripture 2
  • The Inerrancy of Scripture 3
  • Q&A—The Inerrancy of Scripture
  • The Necessity, Clarity, and Sufficiency of Scripture 1
  • The Necessity, Clarity, and Sufficiency of Scripture 2
  • The Necessity, Clarity, and Sufficiency of Scripture 3
  • Q&A—The Necessity, Clarity, and Sufficiency of Scripture

Understanding Theology

  • Doctrine of the Knowledge of God; The Nature of Theology
  • Man’s Knowledge of God
  • Definition of Knowledge; Obedient and Disobedient Knowledge
  • Unbeliever’s Knowledge of God
  • Scripture’s Distinctive Role Within the Organism of Revelation
  • The Justification of Knowledge; Forms of Theology
  • Systematic Theology
  • Facts and the Justification of Knowledge
  • Evidence and Norms
  • Evidential Justification of Knowledge
  • Logic and Other Tools of Knowledge
  • Review; Three Perspectives of Knowledge

Radio Interviews

  • Trans World Radio Interview about the Doctrine of God and the Doctrine of Scripture
  • Trans World Radio Interview about Open Theism

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John M. Frame is Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy at Reformed
Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL


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