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Gordon Clark’s views on Creation.

A number of people have asked, “What were Gordon Clark’s views on creation?” That is, was he an old-earth creationist or a young-earth creationist? (It is clear that he wasn’t a theistic evolutionist.) His views on the matter, if published, … Continue reading

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Scripturalism and the Gettier Problem.

Scripturalism and the Gettier Problem By Doug Douma and Luke Miner So the story goes, epistemologists had long held knowledge to be justified true belief (JTB). (A story to be doubted according to Alvin Plantinga.) (That Clark held to JTB … Continue reading

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George Marsden comments on The Presbyterian Philosopher.

[I received the following email from historian of American Christianity, George Marsden. An author of 10 books, Dr. Marsden is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. His father, noted in the email, was Robert Marsden who, … Continue reading

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Robert L. Reymond and Gordon H. Clark

The purpose of this post is to detail the dialogue between Robert L. Reymond and Gordon H. Clark to indicate the extent to which Reymond was influenced by Clark and answer the question whether he should be considered “Clarkian,” specifically … Continue reading

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Fighting the Good Propaganda

I was asked by D. Clair Davis (former professor of church history at Westminster Theological Seminary, 1966-2003) to evaluate a particular essay written by D. G. Hart and John Muether. This essay, “The OPC and the New Evangelicalism,” is contained … Continue reading

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Scripturalism and the Cessation of Continued Revelation

Does Scripturalism allow for the possibility of continued revelation? Outline I. Definitions A. The cessation of continued revelation B. Scripturalism II. Continued Revelation contradicted by: A. The Westminster Confession of Faith B. Clark’s own comments. C. Clark’s disciples. 1. John … Continue reading

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