John Frame MP3’s

John M. Frame
John M. Frame

Dr. John M. Frame is a Calvinist philosopher and theologian especially noted for his work in epistemology and presuppositional apologetics, systematic theology, and ethics. He is one of the foremost interpreters and critics of the thought of Cornelius Van Til (who he studied under while working on his B.D. at Westminster Theological Seminary). An outstanding theologian, John Frame distinguished himself during 31 years on the faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary, and was a founding faculty member of WTS California. He is best known for his prolific writings including ten volumes, a contributor to many books and reference volumes, as well as scholarly articles and magazines.

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Dr. Frame received degrees from Princeton University (A.B.), Westminster Theological Seminary (B.D.), Yale University (A.M. and M.Phil., incomplete doctorate), and Belhaven College (D.D.). He has served on the faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary and was a founding faculty member of their California campus. He currently (2002-present) teaches systematic theology, philosophy, apologetics, and ethics at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL. He is appreciated, by many of his students, for his charitable spirit and fairness to opposing arguments. Dr. Frame is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America.

Understanding Apologetics: Christianity and the Great Debates I – Part: 1 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Christianity and the Great Debates II – Part: 2 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Early Christian Thought vs. the Philosophers – Part: 3 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Greek Philosophy vs. Christianity I – Part: 4 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Greek Philosophy vs. Christianity II – Part: 5 of 16 : DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Greek Philosophy vs. Christianity III – Part: 6 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Aquinas/Modern Theology – Part: 7 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Philosophy–Rationalism & Empiricism/Immanuel Kant – Part: 8 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Philosophy–Imanuel Kant/Idealism & Existentialism – Part: 9 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Philosophy–Language Analysis I – Part: 10 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Philosophy–Language Analysis II – Part: 11 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Philosophy–Language Analysis III – Part: 12 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Philosophy–Language Analysis IV/Process Philosophy I – Part: 13 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Philosophy–Process Philosophy II – Part: 14 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Modern Theology and General Culture – Part: 15 of 16: DOWNLOAD

Understanding Apologetics: Apologetics Since Aquinas – Part: 16 of 16: DOWNLOAD

History of Philosophy: Introduction – Part: 1 of 6: DOWNLOAD

History of Philosophy: Epistemology – Part: 2 of 6: DOWNLOAD

History of Philosophy: Rationalism – Part: 3 of 6: DOWNLOAD

History of Philosophy: Kierkegaard and Existentialism – Part: 4 of 6: DOWNLOAD

History of Philosophy: Marxism – Part: 5 of 6: DOWNLOAD

History of Philosophy: Autobiographical Notes & Influences – Part: 6 of 6: DOWNLOAD

Epistemological Perspectives and Evangelical Apologetics: DOWNLOAD

Review of Classical Apologetics: DOWNLOAD

Developments and Applications of Van Til’s Apologetics: DOWNLOAD

Inerrancy: An Unbiblical Concept?: DOWNLOAD

The Sufficiency of the Word – Part: 1 of 2: DOWNLOAD

The Sufficiency of the Word – Part: 2 of 2: DOWNLOAD

Biblical Authority: DOWNLOAD

Sources: Westminster Theological Seminary Media Center and Monergism (for a more complete biographical sketch and an extensive bibliography click on the Monergism link)

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