by John M. Frame

I. Lordship Attributes

A. Control

B. Authority

C. Presence

 

II. Knowledge

A. True

B. Justified

C. Belief

 

III. Aspects of Knowledge

A. Object

B. Norm

C. Subject

 

IV. Topics of Philosophy

A. Metaphysics

B. Epistemology

C. Values (including Ethics)

 

V. Topics of Epistemology (Outline of DKG)

A. Objects

B. Justification

C. Methods

 

VI. Uses of “Know”

A. Facts (knowing that)

B. Skills (knowing how)

C. Persons, things (knowing him, her, it)

 

VII. Objects of Knowledge

A. World

B. God

C. Self (corporate or individual)

VIII. Objects in the World

A. Nature and History

B. God’s Revelation (law, norm)

C. The Self

 

IX. Revelation

A. General

B. Special

C. Existential

 

X. Special Revelation

A. Spoken

B. Written

C. Direct

 

XI. Non-Christian Alternatives

A. Empiricism

B. Rationalism

C. Subjectivism

 

XII. Perspectives on Knowledge

A. Situational (What are the facts?)

B. Normative (What am I obligated to acknowledge?)

C. Existential (With what understanding of the facts am I ultimately satisfied?)