I have been hearing about a particular book for a couple of months now, and I believe it is finally available. The book is Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John Frame (P&R, 2009), coming in at whopping 1232 pages. You can view the table of contents here (plus read chapter 2), but of particular interest to apologetics would be the following chapters:
Part 3 – Apologetics
“Frame the Apologist”, by William Edgar; “Presuppositionalism and Frame’s Epistemology”, by James N. Anderson; “Van Til and Transcendental Argument Revisited”, by Donald Collett; “Frame in the Context of Recent Apologetics”, by William C. Davis; “Frame’s and Van Til’s Apologetic”, by Steve R. Scrivener; “Frame’s Apologetics and the Challenges of Our Time”, by Joshua Perez; “Neopaganism: Stepchild of Secular Humanism”, by Peter R. Jones; “Servant Thinking: The Polanyian Workings of the Framean Triad”, by Esther L. Meek.
Many other chapters will benefit you as well. Thank you John Frame for books such as The Doctrine of God (P&R, 2002) and the Doctrine of the Knowledge of God (P&R, 1987). I also experience the benefit of being taught by men (Dr. Tony Curto) who have sat under your ministry during your WTS days.
We should all be thankful to God for our pastors and others who teach us the word of God “Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith” (Hebrew 13:7).