Monthly Archives: May 2016

Introduction to Theology by Gordon H. Clark, Chapter 1, The Scriptures

Gordon Clark had started writing Introduction to Theology (also known by its earlier working title, First Lessons in Theology) by 1974 (as evidenced by an undated letter he sent to Howard Long, circa August of 1974) and finished in 1977. … Continue reading

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Francis Schaeffer, Pseudo-Calvinist

Francis Schaeffer was one of the most well-known Presbyterian leaders of the 20th century. But other than his vow to the Westminster Confession of Faith as a Presbyterian minister, what evidence is there that he was a Calvinist? That is, … Continue reading

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Endorsements for “The Presbyterian Philosopher, The Authorized Biography of Gordon H. Clark”

I got hooked on reading this book! It was a great experience walking down those trails again. Doug Douma has really done an incredibly good job at documenting everything and putting together an accurate and sober narrative. He has done … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 566 – Tehachapi, CA

  Alright, so I’ve completed my month-long section hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. I’ve made it with Spoon to Tehachapi, CA and to the house of Randy and Julie Martin who I know from my seminary. Randy is a … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 517 – Hikertown

Well yesterday was one of the harder hikes I’ve done. It was only 19 miles, but the last 10 were in extreme desert sun and heat. I put sunscreen on four times and drank most of the water I was … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 465 – Agua Dulce, CA

Well, a lot has happened since I last posted. Though we’ve hiked many miles, the total is deceptive. There has been two sections of “burn zone bans” and another endangered species closure. So we’ve had to skip over these sections … Continue reading

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