Monthly Archives: May 2014

Gordon Clark Foreword to Erwin Lutzer

This if the fourth foreword/introduction/preface that I’ve found of Gordon Clark’s. It is from Erwin Lutzer’s 1972 book The Morality Gap.

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 7

Anyone who thinks a book project is entirely first research and then writing would be quite wrong. As I write about a particular era I find that more research is necessary. When research discovers new items, I have new areas … Continue reading

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Pastor Accused of Eating Apples – 1935

This comical article from 1935 mentions David S. Clark, the father of Gordon Clark.

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Covenant Union

A precursor institution to the Orthodox Presbyterian Church was known as the Presbyterian Constitutional Covenant Union. Take a look at this expansion of an area of a picture taken of the PCCU and see if you can find Gordon Clark … Continue reading

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 6

My big interest this past week has been in investigating the origins of presuppositionalism and the Clark-Van Til controversy. To this end I’ve been studying B.B. Warfield and Abraham Kuyper. Honestly, I haven’t figured out much despite reading “Benjamin B. … Continue reading

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Life Timeline of Gordon H. Clark

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 5

Some updates since last time: Using the standard estimate of 250 word per page, I’ve now written about 175 pages of my biography on Gordon Clark. There is still a lot of work to do, but I’d like to keep … Continue reading

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