This series is derived from the research for my thesis, which structurally and conceptually relied heavily on John Frame’s triperspectivalism. I found though that this kind of thinking has numerous applications outside where Frame has made it and where I made it (film) and so this series is exploring those different vistas. So far we’ve got:
- Triperspectivalism and the Movies (A)
- Triperspectivalism and the Movies (B)
- Triperspectivalism and the Movies (C)
- Triperspectivalism and the Movies (D)
- Triperspectivalism: More than Church Leadership Analysis
- A Triperspectival Mission of the Church
- A Triperspectival Map of DKG
- Reading Scripture Triperspectivally
- Warfield and Triperspectival Apologetics
- A Triperspectival Gospel
- A Triperspectival Justification
You can help give this series shape and definition by suggesting topics. Don’t even understand what triperspectivalism is? Read the first post and second post listed above.
Wonder how that way of looking at things affects eschatology? That could be a post. Wonder how it makes sense of ethical decision making? That could be a post. You tell me what you’d like to know more about, and I’ll make it a post.