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One purpose of the List is to provide a forum to cordially discuss Christian interests. Consideration of Dr. Gordon H. Clark's contribution to philosophy and view on the role of the Bible in Christian life is welcome and encouraged. NB: This is NOT a "Clark" only List.



As Dr. Clark's thought implicitly covers all areas of life, essentially all topics are open for discussion (a link to his views could be there - whether affirmatively or critically). Of course, other views (Van Til, Plantinga, Popper etc.) can be introduced also.



Issues can be: What is the Gospel or to believe, saving faith, knowledge, logic, Bible, revelation, God's image, Reformed vs Arminian or Roman Catholic, Scripturalism, God's rule, control, predestination, TULIP, Christian axioms, idolatry, Trinity, presuppositionalism, perceptions, empiricism and so on. Anything at all.



It is imperative that members familiarise themselves with the Guidelines governing discussions on this List. The acceptance of those Guidelines is a condition for posting. All who post will be assumed to have agreed to them as part of the home page. The Guidelines are in the Files Section as a HTML document.



Dr. Clark is an internationally renowned Christian philosopher, theologian, and educator. He is the author of over 40 books, as well as over 200 articles, and many book reviews and letters in various publications. He taught for 60+ years in number of colleges and seminaries. In this way, he has been a shaping influence on many well known Christian thinkers. As a teacher he affected the thought of '00s of students.



A site dedicated to Dr. Clark's thought and work is Trinity Foundation. . .NB. We are totally separate from and independent of the Foundation.

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  • 114
  • Theology
  • May 2, 2003
  • English

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