Re-Framing Reformed Baptist Doctrine
A Reformed Baptist who gets it. The section on John Frame’s triperspectivalism alone is worth the read.
A few highlights…
“To lay my cards on the table from the outset let me say this: it is my firm opinion that John Frame is one of the most dangerous characters in the broadly Reformed world today. His ideas are so disruptive of any system of doctrine and ultimately of any reasonable approach to holiness that I find myself distrusting of those who cite him.”
“What did not surprise me at all was the number of my fellow students who emerged from Westminster as distinct anti-VanTilians. Having learned Van Til at the feet of Frame, they found the entire system dangerous in the extreme. Needless to say, I was tremendously relieved when Frame left Escondido for Orlando, where he became a Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy.”
“Frame’s epistemology is relativistic, and if all relativists are necessarily dishonest, the dishonesty is even more necessary for someone trying to pretend not to be a relativist in the context of a biblical institution.”