I am in the middle of John Frame’s latest book Selected Shorter Writings Volume Two. I have benefited immensly from Dr. Frame’s insight especially in the area of apologetics and theology. I think he’s able to apply Cornelius Van Til’s insight more broader than Van Til was able during his lifetime. Lord willing I would be able to finish the book sometime next week and have a review up on here. In the chapter on the problem of evil Frame said something that I found helpful. Speaking of God, John Frame said
He is the standard of righteousness. Most of us use dictionaries as standards for the spelling of words. We would not criticize the spelling in our dictionaries; how much less do we dare to criticize the righteousness of our holy God? This is not pleasant, but such tough talk is pretty common in Scripture. Very often, when a person in Scripture raises doubts about God’s goodness, rather than explain himself, God rebukes the questioner.”
I also think his illustration of the dictionary is helpful. If we don’t criticize dictionaries for spelling how much more so the infallible Word of God.