Monthly Archives: December 2018

GHC Review 19: Historiography Secular and Religious

Historiography Secular and Religious by Gordon H. Clark, Nutley, NJ: The Craig Press, 1971, 381 pp. I must admit that this book makes for rather tedious reading. It might be of some value for studying Clark’s views on a particular … Continue reading

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Review of Into the Silence by Wade Davis

Into the Silence, The Great War, Mallory, and the Conquest of Everest, by Wade Davis, New York: Vintage Books, 2011, 655 pp. A few years ago I saw a documentary on the discovery of the remains of George Mallory, a … Continue reading

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GHC Review 18: Biblical Predestination

Biblical Predestination by Gordon H. Clark, Nutley NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1969. [Page references in this review will be from Predestination, the combined edition of Biblical Predestination and Predestination in the Old Testament, Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1987] In … Continue reading

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GHC Review 17: The Philosophy of Gordon H. Clark

The Philosophy of Gordon H. Clark, A Festschrift, Ronald H. Nash, ed., Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1968, 516 pp. This book—a festschrift for Gordon H. Clark—consists of three sections. The first section is Clark’s Wheaton Lectures. The second is “exposition … Continue reading

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