John Frames Buch zur Heiligen Schrift ist gerade erschienen:
- John Frame: The Doctrine of the Word of God: Theology of Lordship, P & R Publication, 2010, 1056 S.
D.A. Carson schreibt über das Buch:
The fourth volume in John Frame’s Theology of Lordship series, The Doctrine of the Word of God, is the best of them—and that is high praise. In a 700-page »draft« of what he hopes will be a longer and more definitive work, Frame thinks through what Scripture is, what authority means, how to understand inspiration, canon, and a host of other categories intrinsic to any responsible treatment of revelation, especially the revelation provided by Holy Scripture. Frame’s style is highly personal, occasionally sliding all the way to an almost stream-of-consciousness set of associations, but his reflections are invariably so fresh (even when he is articulating old truths) and so thought-provoking (not least where one wants to demur or introduce a caveat) that this reader, at least, overlooks the style he would otherwise have found a bit cloying. More so than the other volumes in the series, this book works hard at developing its theology, the theology of the word of God, out of Scripture itself—and without descending to vicious circularity. This is an important book, and those who write on this subject in the near future without wrestling with Frame will merely testify to their own narrowness.
Ich vermute, dass damit Frames wichtigstes Buch erschienen ist. Hier eine Datei mit dem Inhaltsverzeichnis und dem Vorwort (sowie der Einleitung): 9780875522647.pdf.