Monthly Archives: October 2018

GHC Review 4: Selections from Hellenistic Philosophy

Selections From Hellenistic Philosophy, Gordon H. Clark, ed. New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1940, 267 pp. Clark’s Selections From Hellenistic Philosophy is in a sense a second to Nahm’s similarly-titled Selections from Early Greek Philosophy. It continues to a later … Continue reading

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GHC Review 3: Selections From Early Greek Philosophy

Selections From Early Greek Philosophy, Milton C. Nahm, ed. New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1934, 302 pp. To this volume edited by Milton C. Nahm, Gordon Clark contributed the translations of the Democritean material, pages 154 to 207. Clark’s work … Continue reading

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GHC Review 2: Readings in Ethics

Readings in Ethics, Gordon H. Clark and T. V. Smith, eds., New York: F. S. Crofts and Co., 1931, Second Edition 1935, 435 pp. Not counting his dissertation, Gordon Clark’s first published book was Readings in Ethics. But as the … Continue reading

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GHC Review 1: Empedocles and Anaxagoras

This review is the first in a series I intend to write on each of the published works of Gordon H. Clark. That is, I hope to summarize and comment on of each of his many books. But first we … Continue reading

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Review of Coffee and Coffeehouses by Ralph S. Hattox

Coffee and Coffeehouses, The Origins of a Social Beverage in the Medieval Near East by Ralph S. Hattox, University of Washington Press, 1985, 178 pp. Coffee and Coffeehouses reads at times like a dissertation. The author, Hattox, apparently didn’t think … Continue reading

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Ek, Dia, En, and Kata

The Reformed Faith maintains that the grace of God is the cause of man’s salvation (WCF 9:4, 10:2), that faith is its alone instrument (WCF 11:2), and that works are the fruit and evidences of a true and lively faith … Continue reading

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Rating 100 Books I’ve Read This Year

2018 has already been my reading-est year ever. I’ve made a dedicated effort to read as often as possible. I’ve done some of this by waking up at 5 A.M. to stay on schedule with my wife who worked some early … Continue reading

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