Month: May 2014

Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 7

Anyone who thinks a book project is entirely first research and then writing would be quite wrong. As I write about a particular era I find that more research is necessary. When research discovers new items, I have new areas to write about. And the cycle goes on. I managed to visit an archives in …

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Update on the Biography of Gordon Clark, Part 6

My big interest this past week has been in investigating the origins of presuppositionalism and the Clark-Van Til controversy. To this end I’ve been studying B.B. Warfield and Abraham Kuyper. Honestly, I haven’t figured out much despite reading “Benjamin B. Warfield and Right Reason” by Owen Anderson. I’m now working through “Unapologetic Apologetics” by ed. …

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