Monthly Archives: March 2014

Update on the Biography of Gordon H. Clark

I’ve now received all of Gordon Clark’s correspondence kept at the PCA Archives in St. Louis and have read through the majority of it. Combined with material from other archives I now have 314 letters, 102 sermons, and countless articles … Continue reading

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Professor Clark – The classes he taught.

With all his ecclesiastical controversy and time spent defending the faith, it could almost be overlooked that Dr. Gordon Clark was firstly a philosophy professor. A summary of the courses he taught in his years at Butler University and Covenant … Continue reading

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Don’s Brother – A Hike of Hope on the Appalachian Trail

I’m a character. And now I’m a character in a book! Check out http://donsbrother.com

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Gordon Clark and Unionism – Nov 28, 1962

From the Indianapolis News, with multiple spelling errors: On the defense of compulsory unionism which alleges that unions confer benefits on all laborers, Dr. Clark says: “The unions make a spacious [sic] defense by claiming that all workmen should help … Continue reading

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Wheaton Archives – Floyd Hamilton to Pres. V. R. Edman, 8-18-1943

This letter is notable for a couple reasons. Firstly, it notes that the Calvinist booklets Hamilton sent to the College were “accidentally” trashed. Secondly, Hamilton expresses his concern for Wheaton College’s actions which led to the resignation of Gordon Clark.

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Wheaton Archives – Ned Stonehouse and the “Clark Problem”

Although this copy comes from the file of Wheaton President, V. Raymond Edman, it is unsigned. Its context may be related to discussions with Edman and and Butler University who was making an inquiry into Dr. Clark’s job history prior … Continue reading

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PCA Archives – An Unpublished Article – “A Controversy in Tasmania”

In this article Dr. Gordon Clark critiques hyper-calvinism and argues that we should preach the Gospel to “all that we possibly, or at least conveniently, can.”

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