Monthly Archives: April 2014

Biography Quote

“I have been accumulating the information for years, but this is not Clark’s Biography. That book still waits to be written, and demand for it will grow as Clark’s books become more and more widely read.” – John Robbins, Gordon … Continue reading

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 4

Ok, so a lot has happened since my last update. My hired editor friend has made a number of corrections to some of my chapters and my twin brother has been providing his editing skills pro bono. It’s great to … Continue reading

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The Christians for Liberty Conference 2014

My friend Norman Horn, from libertarianchristians.com is putting on the first Libertarian Christian conference! I met Norman in 2008 at a Mises Institute conference. He is extremely well read, a Ph.D. chemist, a preacher of the Gospel, and a great … Continue reading

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A List of Books mentioning Gordon H. Clark.

Here are some of the books I’m using as references in writing my biography. These contain significant biographical/historical information on Gordon Clark: Clark: Personal Recollections – John Robbins R.B., A Prophet in the Land – Edward Heerema The Clark – … Continue reading

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How Dutch Americans Stayed Dutch: An Historical Perspective on Ethnic Identities, Douma

My brother’s book is out! How Dutch Americans Stayed Dutch: An Historical Perspective on Ethnic Identities, Douma.

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 3

I’ve created a full inventory of Clark’s works. I believe it is a greater list than anyone else has put together, as I’ve taken a number of lists plus my own research to make it. Here are some totals, impressive … Continue reading

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 2

Some recent items of note. 1. I’ve got a scanned copy of Raymond Acker’s 1965 “A History of Reformed Episcopal Seminary” which has helped verify a few pieces of information and bring to light a new one – Gordon Clark’s … Continue reading

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