An Introduction to Christian Philosophy, by Gordon H. Clark, Jefferson, MD: The Trinity Foundation, 1993, 125 pp.
This was the very first book of Clark’s that I read. I happened upon it one day in an Amazon search for books on “Christian Philosophy.” It was largely over my head on the first read through, but something intrigued me enough to read it again and again and to buy and read volume after volume of Clark’s books. An hour of reading during my lunch break from my engineering job got me through most of these books over a few years.
An Introduction to Christian Philosophy I later found out is a reprint of earlier material. It is part of the festschrift The Philosophy of Gordon H. Clark. For a review of the material in this book see the Wheaton Lectures section here:
Since that book is now rare, it is more accessible in this paperback edition, or look for Clark and His Critics where it is also found.
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