Gordon Clark Book Reviews

GHC Review 43: Predestination

Predestination, The Combined Edition of Biblical Predestination and Predestination in the Old Testament, by Gordon H. Clark, Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1987, 205 pp. As the subtitle explains, this book is a combined edition of two of Clark’s previous publications. Here are my reviews of those publications: Review of Biblical Predestination Review of Predestination

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GHC Review 41: Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism

Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism, by Gordon H. Clark, Jefferson, MD: The Trinity Foundation, 1986, 49 pp. Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism grew out of Clark’s earlier work “Desultory New Testament Curiosities.” And, as I noted in the previous review, it was originally printed as an appendix in Clark’s commentary First and Second Thessalonians. It seems

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GHC Review 40: First and Second Thessalonians

First and Second Thessalonians, by Gordon H. Clark, Jefferson, MD: The Trinity Foundation, 1986, 152 pp. In the commentary First and Second Thessalonians Gordon Clark places significant emphasis on textual criticism. In fact, the book includes an appendix on “Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism.” Though this material is printed also as a stand-alone volume Logical

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GHC Review 39: Clark Speaks from the Grave

Clark Speaks from the Grave, by Gordon H. Clark, Jefferson, MD: The Trinity Foundation, 1986, 77 pp. Clark Speaks from the Grave is a book written in second person narration containing responses from Clark to some of his critics: Vern Poythress, Robert Reymond, Gordon Lewis, and John Warwick Montgomery. As I’ve mentioned in another post,

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