Monthly Archives: January 2019

Performances at L’Abri 2016

I stumbled upon these videos from a few years ago recorded on my phone and they are too good to let disappear into the past. These are of very dear friends that I met in Switzerland in 2016. And, incidentally, … Continue reading

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That’s Not My [Detroit] Lion[s]

One of my daughter’s favorite books is called “That’s Not My Lion.” It has cartoon drawings of lions and has pieces of fabric to feel on each of the pages. The words go like this: That’s not my lion … … Continue reading

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Review of Presbyterians in the South, Volume 1: 1607-1861

Presbyterians in the South, Volume One: 1607 – 1861, by Ernest Trice Thompson, Richmond, VA: John Knox Press, 1963, 571 pp. This book is the first of three volumes of Ernest Trice Thompson’s Presbyterians in the South. Thompson (1894 – … Continue reading

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GHC Review 32: Faith and Saving Faith

Faith and Saving Faith, by Gordon H. Clark, Jefferson, MD: The Trinity Foundation, 1983, 132 pp. This is one of the most important of Gordon Clark’s books. He provides definitions for key terms and takes away the ambiguity around the … Continue reading

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GHC Review 31: God’s Hammer

God’s Hammer, The Bible and Its Critics, by Gordon H. Clark, Jefferson, MD: The Trinity Foundation, 1982, 2nd edition 1987, 212 pp. “Thank you for the copy of God’s Hammer. You are doing wonders. I may have some suggestions for … Continue reading

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GHC Review 30: Behaviorism and Christianity

Behaviorism and Christianity, by Gordon H. Clark, Jefferson, MD: The Trinity Foundation, 1982, 106 pp. The writing of this volume started around the time of March 22, 1979 when Gordon Clark wrote to his friend Howard Long saying, “As for … Continue reading

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GHC Review 29: Language and Theology

Language and Theology, by Gordon H. Clark, Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1980, 152 pp. Though this volume was printed by Presbyterian and Reformed, it is also labeled as “Trinity Paper No. 1” and says on the back of the … Continue reading

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