I’ve signed a contract with The Trinity Foundation to publish a collection of select letters of Gordon H. Clark. I expect we’ll get it to print within a few months. All permissions are in place from the various archives and individuals who’ve provided letters.
During my work on “The Presbyterian Philosopher” I began typing up some of Dr. Clark’s letters to make an easily-searchable collection. With the assistance of Jaime Rodriguez Jr., Samuel Colon, and Errol Ng, I now have all extant letters of Dr. Clark’s typed up.
There are about 915 total letters, which makes for a 1200 page volume far to large to publish. So I’ve selected the most important letters, about 145 of them, for the final cut into “Selected Letters.”
Why should you be interested in this book? Well, for starters, there are 5 letters between Gordon Clark and Cornelius Van Til. We’ve also included correspondence with J. Gresham Machen, J. Oliver Buswell, Edward Carnell, John Robbins, and a number of others. There are comments in these letters which will further your understanding of Dr. Clark’s philosophy and others that will give you insights into 20th century American Presbyterian history.
I’ll post again when the book is ready for sale.