This is a long overdue shoutout, and thanks to the good folks at P & R Publishing and Bits & Bytes Inc, for making available "The Collected Works of John Frame" on DVD in the Libronix Software format for the reading public. They have published volume 1 at this time and there will be two more volumes coming out later this year and next, I understand.
I'll save myself the trouble of listing everything on this DVD by pointing you to the page at Bits & Bytes which has the list. As you can see, it's got most of his books and a good number of shorter writings as well as audio resources for several courses he has taught.
Quite frankly, we are beside our selves with joy over this.
I was introduced to the work of Dr. Frame in seminary while studying under his disciple/protoge Richard Pratt and I think he is the best theologian we have going in the reformed world today.
Here' s an interesting post by Andrew Sandlin on "The De-Intellectualization of the Reformed Movement." I have to say that I bristle a bit at the way he characterizes many of the leaders in the reformed movement as being somewhat less than "intellectual." But after he basically dispenses with every leader you and I know and love he says that John Frame comes the closest to a "public intellectual" in the reformed world today becomes he comes the closest to being a "paradigmatic" thinker.
Regardless of whether Frame is a "cut above" the rest, he is certainly unique in his willingness to think new thoughts while holding to confessionalism and this makes him one of the modern greats.
Many thanks to the Bits & Bytes folks for making this DVD available to me - how hurry up you guys, run out and get one before they are all gone.