Category Archives: Notes on the thought of Gordon H. Clark

GHC to Carl Henry, March 19, 1957 (contra natural law)

March 19 1957 Dear Carl, First Marcellus sends me a book to review; then you send me Carnell’s galleys, and then you send me 50 pages on natural law with a request to write an editorial on the subject. Well, … Continue reading

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Clark and Agnosticism

After giving a speech at the Gordon H. Clark Philosophy Symposium held at Covenant College earlier this year I confessed to being somewhat stumped when an audience question came to me about Clark’s view of agnosticism. The exact question was … Continue reading

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“The Presbyterian Philosopher” – International Sales

I’ve recently ordered an additional 100 copies of my book “The Presbyterian Philosopher” from the publisher and am for the first time now willing to ship internationally. If you are outside of the United States and would like to order … Continue reading

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Clark and Van Til Must be Dehomogenized

[This is a guest post from C. Jay Engel, reblogged from reformedlibertarian.com. You can read the original here.] Clark and Van Til Must be Dehomogenized by C. Jay Engel For about three years, I have wanted to write an essay … Continue reading

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Home Video With Gordon Clark

Recently I posted a link to a video of Dr. Clark giving prayer at his grandson’s wedding. That is one of three videos of Dr. Clark that I know of. Here is another, where he makes some appearances in a … Continue reading

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Gordon Clark and Exclusive Psalmody

While Gordon Clark never wrote a book or an article directly on the topic of exclusive psalmody, comments in his writings clearly show his opposition to it. Clark’s unwillingness to follow his RPCES denomination in the joining and receiving with … Continue reading

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Sandemanian Pandemonium

Sandemanian Pandemonium: Saving Faith in the Views of Gordon H. Clark and Robert Sandeman by Rev. Douglas J. Douma The publication in 2004 of Gordon Clark’s What is Saving Faith, a combined edition of his Faith and Saving Faith (1983) and … Continue reading

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