If you're like John Frame's Systematic Theology, here's a wonderful addendum that briefly summarizes his thinking on a broad range of issues and includes a few self-reflections. Easy to comprehend and biblically informed, these writings reveal his deep and abiding knowledge of the great contours of Reformed doctrine.
John Frames Selected Shorter Writings, Volume 3 includes more than thirty short, pointed essays, sermons, and addresses that summarize some of John Frames central (and sometimes peripheral!) ideas about the nature and method of theology, theological issues, epistemology, apologetics, the church, and ethics. Part 1 includes Machens Warrior Children, Frames insightful treatment of twenty-one intramural battles within the Reformed camp from 1935 to the present. Other essays introduce clarifications of theological concepts, intended to resolve or alleviate conflicts in the church, on topics such as biblical inerrancy, Open Theism, law and gospel, and the roles of grace and law in sanctification. There are also essays about Biblicism, presuppositionalism, apologetics, the regulative principle, and contemporary worship music.
John M. Frame (BD, Westminster Theological Seminary; AM, MPhil, Yale University; DD, Belhaven College) is J. D. Trimble Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando. He previously taught theology and apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) and at Westminster Seminary California.
In the tradition of John Calvin (Tracts and Treatises), Jonathan Edwards (Miscellanies), and B. B. Warfield (Selected Shorter Writings), Frame has now published his own Selected Shorter Writings (vol. 3). As a seminary professor for more than four decades, he has distinguished himself as a prolific author and one of Americas foremost theologians and philosophers. Before this book was published, most of these rare theological, philosophical, and practical gems had been hidden away in his electronic files or posted on websites and blogs not widely known to the public. Do yourself a favor and mine the rich truths in these winsome and provocative essays (written in Frames inimitable style of robust charity) on a wide array of important topics. I highly recommend it!