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In Part One, "The Objects of Knowledge" Frame focuses on what we know, particularly God, his law, the world, man as God's image, and the objects of knowledge in theology, philosophy, science and apologetics. Part Two "The Justification of Knowledge" ask "What right do we have to believe what we do? Frame addresses issues related to sensation and intuition, nature and Scripture, facts and criteria, and verification, presuppositions, circularity, certainty and proof. In Part Three "The Methods of Knowledge" Frame examines how we obtain knowledge. He discusses how we handle Scripture: how we may use the "tools" of language, logic, history, science, and philosophy to discover facts; and how a person's capacities, skills and attitudes affect his knowing.
Number of Pages: 464
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 1989
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 1.50 (inches)|
Series: Theology of Lordship
Salvation Belongs to the Lord: Introduction to Systematic TheologyJohn M. FrameP & R Publishing / 2006 / Trade Paperback$19.99 Retail:
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The breadth of the book is remarkable . . . a landmark in the ongoing discussion of apologetics and theological method.
Anyone who has read anything by John Frame has undoubtedly profited. The Doctrine of the Knowledge of Godis another example . . . I wholeheartedly recommend it.
A far-ranging treatment of Christian epistemology. . . . For those drawn to Frames commitments and presuppositions, the book will be stimulating and frequently consulted.
Dare to suggest corrections and/or new interpretations of the work of Cornelius Van Til. . . . much food for thought.