A Resource on Gordon Clark’s Philosophy of Language

A lot of people have asked me lately about Gordon Clark’s philosophy of language.  I also know many people who consider themselves Clarkians who have significant misunderstandings of Clark in this area.  In these 3 lectures from the Trinity Foundation, Gordon Clark treats popular views of language and presents a […]

A Dialogue on Abstractions

The dialogue below is very closely based off an article written by Willard Van Orman Quine in 1948 called On What There Is. Quine (1908 – 2000) was one of the most influential philosophers in the 20th century.  He is, perhaps, most famous for attacking the distinction between analytic and […]

Phil Johnson and the Law of Contradiction

I came across a good article by Phil Johnson called the Law of Contradiction.  I do not agree with the great Phil Johnson on everything, but I think this material is highly beneficial.  I also believe that John MacArthur holds very similar, if not identical, views. In introduction, he writes: […]

Sensation and Knowledge

Today, I came across this article on Triablogue.com:  Is Scripturalism Unscriptural?  This is a good example of a typical first reaction to scripturalism and to the study of philosophy in general.  Throughout history, philosophers have discussed the question of how we can know things.  Two major questions are presented:  What […]

God’s Revelation and Free Will

Against the critics of verbal inspiration, Gordon Clark, in his God’s Hammer volume, points out that they are wrong to misconstrue the doctrine as being one of “mechanical dictation.”  The critic complains that verbal inspiration turns the Bible’s writers into a “dictaphone, or at best as a stenographer whose personality is only […]