Barth’s Critique of Modernism by Gordon H. Clark

Barth's Critique of Modernism [The following article originally appeared in Christianity Today, January 5, 1962, p. 11-13] Barth's Critique of Modernism GORDON H. CLARK Karl Barth's theological education was that of a typical liberal. But early in his career he turned...

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List of Extant Correspondence of Gordon H. Clark

Notable Correspondents: Carl F. H. Henry: 240 J. Oliver Buswell: 149 John Robbins: 112 Familie Schulze (in German): 35 Edwin H. Rian: 25 Gresham Machen: 22 Edward Carnell: 17 Greg Reynolds: 16 Edgar A. Singer: 6 Cornelius Van Til: 5 Ned Stonehouse: 5 Paul Woolley: 4...

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Untitled lecture transcript on Greek Philosophy

Transcript of tape of lecture [Untitled lecture transcript on Greek philosophy, Oct. 1974 at Geneva College] G.H.C: There are 92 elements up to uranium, all the natural elements. Artificial elements as plutonium (94) go up to 103. Some existing only a billionth of a...

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Review of Creation and Evolution

[The Southern Presbyterian Journal, October 22, 1958] CREATION AND EVOLUTION. Jan Lever. Kregel's. $39.5 This book differs in several important respects from Clark's [Darwin: Before and After by Rober E. D. Clark]. It is more detailed and technical. Chapter IV. The...

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From Clark’s Papers

Here is an article from Clark's personal papers. The author of it is listed, but has been removed for the transcription here posted. The author is a theologian originally from England. And as I have not been able to track down the man to get approval from him on...

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