A History of Western Philosophy and Theology by John M. Frame

By John M. Frame

A heritage of Western Philosophy and Theology is the fruit of John Frame’s 40- 5 years of educating philosophical matters. No different survey of the background of Western proposal deals a similar invigorating combination of expositional readability, severe perception, and biblical knowledge. The supplemental learn questions, bibliographies, hyperlinks to audio lectures, charges from influential thinkers, twenty appendices, and listed thesaurus make this a good major textbook selection for seminary- and college-level classes and for private study.

“This is crucial ebook ever written at the significant figures and activities in philosophy. we now have wanted a valid consultant, and this is often it.”
—Vern S. Poythress, Professor of recent testomony Interpretation, Westminster Theological Seminary; Editor, Westminster Theological Journal

“I have by no means learn a historical past of Western suggestion rather like John Frame’s. Professor body unabashedly attempts to imagine via assets and activities out of the framework (bad pun meant) of deep-seated Christian commitments and invitations his readers to do an identical. those commitments will make this paintings worthwhile to scholars and pastors . . . . Agree or disagree with a few of his arguments, yet John body will train you ways to imagine in theological and philosophical categories.”
—D. A. Carson, learn Professor of latest testomony, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

“Few in our day champion a imaginative and prescient of God that's as big, really good, and biblical
as John Frame’s. for many years, he has given himself to the church, to his scholars, and to meticulous considering and the rigorous examine of the Bible. He has winsomely, patiently, and persuasively contended for the gospel within the secular philosophical area in addition to within the thick of the church worship wars and wrestlings with feminism and open theism. He brings jointly a unprecedented combination of big-picture pondering, levelheaded mirrored image, biblical constancy, a love for the gospel and the church, and the power to put in writing with care and clarity.”
—John Piper, Founder and instructor, desiringGod.org; Chancellor, Bethlehem College
and Seminary

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