Monthly Archives: November 2018

GHC Review 16: Peter Speaks Today

Peter Speaks Today, A Devotional Commentary on First Peter, by Gordon H. Clark, Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1967, 159 pp. This is the first of a number Biblical commentaries written by Gordon Clark. In time his published commentaries would cover … Continue reading

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GHC Review 15: What Do Presbyterians Believe?

What Do Presbyterians Believe? The Westminster Confession Yesterday and Today, by Gordon H. Clark, Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1965, 2001, 284 pp. This book is a revision and expansion of Gordon Clark’s earlier What Presbyterians Believe. In the preface … Continue reading

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GHC Review 14: The Philosophy of Science and Belief in God

The Philosophy of Science and Belief in God, by Gordon H. Clark, Nutley, NJ: The Craig Press, 1964, 2nd edition 1987, 121 pp. On the cover of the 2nd edition of Gordon Clark’s The Philosophy of Science and Belief in … Continue reading

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GHC Review 13: William James

William James, by Gordon H. Clark, Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1963, 47 pp. This book, writes Gordon Clark, was “designed to help the defense and development of Christian theism.” As such it is one of many critiques he wrote against … Continue reading

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Sermon on Romans 6:1-13 – “Walk in Newness of Life”

Sermon on Romans 6:1-13 – “Walk in Newness of Life November 25, 2018 at Dillingham Presbyterian Church I. Review In chapter 5 Paul had argued that we are to be assured of our salvation in Jesus Christ, and that the … Continue reading

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GHC Review 12: Karl Barth’s Theological Method

Karl Barth’s Theological Method, by Gordon H. Clark, Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1963, 2nd edition 1997, 277 pp. Having written extensively on this book in the article “Gordon Clark Among Reformed Critics of Karl Barth” (See here) no further review shall … Continue reading

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GHC Review 11: Religion, Reason, and Revelation

Religion, Reason, and Revelation, by Gordon H. Clark, Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1961, 2nd edition 1995, 264 pp. Religion, Reason, and Revelation was the book—so I was once told by Linda Robbins—that brought her husband, the late John Robbins, to … Continue reading

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