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 discussions of what faith is and what kind of faith is necessary for salvation. It is volumes like this that make it frustrating to read less precise authors, which frankly is most other authors. In Faith and Saving Faith Clark improves over both the traditional Reformed view and the Sandemanian view.
Two articles I’ve written relative to this book should suffice for a review:
Faith and Saving Faith was later included in What is Saving Faith?
For the previous review in this series see here.
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