This is the fourth of my short essays on Scholasticism. I keep promising that each will be my last. Perhaps if I do not make such a promise this time,
This is the third of my discussions of issues relating to James Dolezal’s All That Is in God. I said in the second paper that I would not address the
I am in the midst of some discussions about the role of Scholastic methods in Reformed theology, centered around James Dolezal’s All That Is In God.
James Dolezal, All That Is in God (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2017). Scholasticism names a type of theology that matured in the
A reader writes to John Frame: How central is the Trinity to your apologetical method? I am hesitating to make the question any more specific than
Joseph Partain taught at Covenant College from 2002-2008 and is now working as an adjunct for the philosophy department at Belmont University in