Monthly Archives: July 2014

May 11, 1962. Special Report: Encountering Barth in Chicago

After much searching I’ve finally found back issues of Christianity Today. Gordon Clark wrote a number of articles for CT in the 1960’s. Included was one on Karl Barth’s speech at the University of Chicago. It seems Carl F.H. Henry, … Continue reading

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 8

Well, it looks like it has been almost 2 months since my last update. Let’s see. Here are some things that have happened or are happening. 1) A few helpful editors are doing great work for me pro bono! You … Continue reading

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Christians for Liberty Conference

I will be presenting at the 1st ever Christians for Liberty conference in Austin, TX on Aug 2. This topic of my presentation will be “Libertarianism in the work of the Calvinist Philosopher, Gordon H. Clark.” If you’re interested in … Continue reading

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