This Means You Too, Pastors...
What probably didn't come across in my last post as much as I should have stressed, is that either of these options (Trump or Hilary) is a judgment from God (Prv. 16:4; cf. 1 Sam. 8:7-8, 9-18).
I did say it in the last post, but I probably didn't stress it enough.
Foundational to Biblical Thinking and Application
This is without doubt a foundational work in the world of theology and especially as it pertains to the philosophy of knowledge. John Frame's writing is always written with a pastoral warmth even when it's on such a topic as epistemology. It would be remiss, though, to say that this book is solely on Christian epistemology. It also is very much a book on theological method as well as apologetics.
With the heart of a shepherd and all the precision of a theological surgeon, Frame takes the reader through his book in three parts:
The Objects of Knowledge
The Justification of Knowledge
The Methods of Knowledge
While this book is written well in a style that befits the layperson, the nature of the content is still very heavy at times. So this book may not be for all readers. However, for anyone in seminary or the Christian interested in philosophy (especially as it pertains to epistemology), this book is a must-read! Saturated with Scripture, a Biblical worldview, and a commitment to the Lordship of Christ in all areas of life, this book will not disappoint those seeking a deeper understanding of our relationship with the Lord Jesus, how we come to know Him as Lord, and what that means as it pertains to our relationship with the rest of the world.