Monthly Archives: September 2016

Clark on “Permission”

When we examine our own experience of permission we see that always it implies an independent power in another person. We permit a man to do something; that is we do not hinder him from doing it; but his is … Continue reading

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Elements of Gordon Clark’s Theory of Knowledge

Elements of Gordon Clark’s Theory of Knowledge This post seeks to clarify Gordon Clark’s theory of knowledge by first evidencing how he defined some of his terms and then enumerating key elements of his theory. A. Definitions Belief – assent … Continue reading

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A Brief Survey of Reformed Eschatology

I put together this handy chart to see where various 20th and 21st century Reformed theologians stand on the question of the millennium. I chose theologians whom I’m particularly familiar with, rather than choosing the strongest or most popular advocate … Continue reading

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