by John M. Frame [“Certainty,” for IVP Dictionary of Apologetics.] Certainty is a lack of doubt about some state of affairs. For example,
by John M. Frame [“Unregenerate Knowledge of God,” for IVP Dictionary of Apologetics.] Good teaching proceeds from the known to the
by Vern S. Poythress [Published in Foundations of Christian Scholarship: Essays in the Van Til Perspective, edited by Gary North. Vallecito: Ross
by John M. Frame This is the time in which we are now living. It continues and is like the apostolic age in many ways: the already and 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.
by John M. Frame A Review Article [An article reviewing John L. Pollock’s Contemporary Theories of Knowledge (Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield,