Category Archives: A History of Western Philosophy and Theology (HWPT)

Author: John Frame, one of my professors at RTS – Orlando. Should be a good read.

Whether or not we gain knowledge…

Since God is the controller of all things, it is for him to determine whether or not we gain knowledge, and under what conditions. Frame, HWP&T, 30 Advertisements

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Lordship => Epistemology…

God’s lordship has clear epistemological implications. Frame, HWP&T, 30 Clearly/THB

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Lord of our thought…

…God must be the Lord of our thought, not just of our behavior. Frame, HWP&T, 23

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The great divide…

The great division in mankind is not that some worship a god and others do not. Rather, it is between those who worship the true God and those who worship false gods, idols. False worship might not involve rites or … Continue reading

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The secular elephant at the cocktail party…

Philosophies…however secular they claim to be, always acknowledge something that is divine, in the sense of “not depending on anything else.” Frame, HWP&T, 7

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Fightin’ words…

My whole idea is to expose the fact that the history of philosophy and theology is nothing less than spiritual warfare in the life of the mind. Frame, HWP&T, xxvi

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Understanding the past…

Christians have a particular stewardship of the mind and of the intellect that should lead us to understand that our discipleship to Christ is at stake in terms of our understanding of the past. R. Albert Mohler, quoted in Frame, … Continue reading

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