Dr. John M. Frame has distinguished himself as a prolific author and one of America’s foremost theologians and philosophers—significantly shaping the thought of Evangelicalism today. Many of today’s most influential Christian leaders and authors, like Tim Keller and John Piper, readily acknowledge the significant impact John Frame has had on them.
After 49 years of distinguished service as a seminary professor at three seminaries, Dr. John Frame retired in 2017. But his influential writing ministry continues today. Although widely known and deeply respected in church leadership and academic circles for decades, his works are now, finally, becoming well known to the general public.
With the goal of helping introduce Frame and his writings more widely to the general public, Childers wrote this is four-part series below called “Framing John Frame,” that was later published as the foreword for the book, John Frame’s Selected Shorter Writings, Volume 1, by P&R Publishing. Childers wrote this with the goal of helping more people to begin mining the rich theological, philosophical, and practical gems that have for too long been mostly in the hands of academics and church leaders.
- Click here to read Framing John Frame Pt 1: Introducing The Man and His
- Click here to read Framing John Frame Pt 2: Influencers on His Thought
- Click here to read Framing John Frame Pt 3: Why It’s Hard to Frame Frame
- Click here to read Framing John Frame Pt 4: A Gentleman and a Scholar
- Click here to read: The 100 Books That Have Most Influenced John Frame’s Thought
For the last 3 years, John Frame and Steve Childers have been collaboration on the Applied Theology Project. The mission of the Applied Theology Project is to provide accessible, affordable, seminary-level courses to underserved church leaders in their language and adapted to their culture wherever they live and serve.
The vision for the Applied Theology Project is to use the latest advances in educational technology to help bring all the loci of Systematic Theology to the millions of church leaders, especially in the developing world, who have no access or cannot afford high quality traditional seminary education. – John Frame
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