by John Frame [This article was originally published in Kevin Vanhoozer, ed., Dictionary for the Theological Interpretation of the Bible ( Grand
by John M. Frame [This essay was originally published in Walter Elwell, ed., Handbook of Evangelical Theologians (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1993), 156-67.
by John M. Frame [“Van Til, Cornelius ,” for IVP Dictionary of Apologetics.] Cornelius Van Til (1895-1987), Reformed theologian and apologist, was
by John M. Frame 1. Presupposing God in Apologetic Argument Presuppositional apologetics may be understood in the light of a distinction common in
by John M. Frame ["Transcendental Arguments," for for IVP Dictionary of Apologetics.] Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) is responsible for
by John M. Frame [“Unregenerate Knowledge of God,” for IVP Dictionary of Apologetics.] Good teaching proceeds from the known to the