The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God

In one of his most significant works, “The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God” (437 pp. P&R, 1987), Dr. John M. Frame explores our relationship with God as a knowing relationship:

“We tend to forget how often in Scripture God performs His mighty acts so that men will ‘know’ that he is Lord.”

After hearing so many people holding this book “DKG” in high esteem, and having a friend (or two) prepared to read it through with me, I have bumped it up on the reading list to one of my top spots! I am really looking forward to this — and hope to comment on the book here on The Breadline from time to time.

I welcome your comments — especially if you have read it (or want to read it with me).

Wheels up,

[in the photo, its the book in the back, behind the even larger Doctrine of God volume by Frame!]

1 thought on “The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God

  1. I agree, that is a great quote! It really sums up for me the pupose of God’s revelation, and seems to me to be the very heart of the gospel. YHWH is Lord! How great is our God that He would make this fact known to us, else we would surely continue to serve sin and remain in blindness.


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