Autobiography of James Armstrong Clark, late 19th century.

(page 1 The following is from handwritten sheets ( 15) of an autobiography   by James Armstrong Clark.   Blank and question marks indicate where the writing was unable to made out. (Cover page) Account of life of Rev. Jas A Clark written by himself You ask me to give...

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A Modern Heresy by David S. Clark

[“A Modern Heresy," David S. Clark, The Presbyterian 107.32 (12 August 1937): 12-13.] A Modern Heresy David S. Clark A Modern Heresy By the Rev. David S. Clark, D. D. Prof. Virgilius Ferm, professor of Philosophy in the College of Wooster, Ohio, has recently issued a...

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“Modernism” [Letter to the Editor] David S. Clark

[1937. "Modernism" [Letter to the Editor] David S. Clark, The Presbyterian 107.47 (25 November 1937). p. 23] Modernism Modernism Editor The Presbyterian: In your issue of November 4, the first page and first paragraph quotes Thomas Reeve: "Christianity is a life. All...

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Audio Transcript 15. Irrationalism by Gordon H. Clark

AudioTranscript 15 Irrationalism [From the Gordon-Conwell Lectures on Apologetics, 1981.] Irrationalism “The morbid Dane illustrates the dialectical difficulties. The evaporation of one truth into another.” And of course you’ve heard this in your studies of theology,...

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More Questions on Barth’s Views

[1962. More Questions on Barth’s Views (Contributor). Christianity Today 5 Jan.] MORE QUESTIONS ON BARTH’S VIEWS   It had been hoped that Dr. Karl Barth himself would make some answer to the questions put by Professors Clark, Klooster, and Van Til (July 3, 1961,...

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