The Doctrine of the Christian Life (A Theology of Lordship)

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The third volume of Frame's Theology of Lordship series, this book focuses on biblical ethics, presenting a method for ethical decision-making, an analysis of biblical ethical teaching focusing on the Ten Commandments, and a discussion of the relation of Christ to human culture.

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  1. Scripture-Centered, Charitable, Balanced and Comprehensive with a Strong Reformed Flavor What strikes me when I studied this text under Prof. John Frame himself where students were required to go through 850 out of its 999 pages is its emphasis and high view on the centrality of God and Scripture, and its charitable, balanced and comprehensive treatments on various important ethical issues under the heading of the Ten Commandments. After going through some terminology, Frame expounds on the concepts of transcendence and immanence to highlight the key Christian concept of the...

  2. Worth the price and the time... Not aware of a better book on Ethics from a Christian perspective...His tri-perspectival approach of deontological, teleological, existential is extremely helpful and clear (although somewhat excessive at times). "The reader will note that the triperspectival system involves triads within triads. The whole book is trisperspectival." (55) He uses this approach as an argument against secular ethics, "In secular ethics there will be either no norm at all (in existential ethics), or an...

  3. How the Ten Commandments Form the Foundation for Christian Ethics For those who are familiar with and have enjoyed John Frame's A Theology of Lordship series this third volume, The Doctrine of the Christian Life, will be a welcome addition. This book deals with the Ten Commandments and their relationship with ethics. While one might not naturally think that the doctrine of the Christian life is summed up or founded in the Ten Commandments, Frame connects the two when he describes the core of the Christian life "as living under God's law, in God's world, in...

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