Response to Jason Petersen

A response to a response sounds like a rather useless thing to read.  Well, I’m not going to try to talk you into it.  The purpose of this response is simply to comment on some aspects of Jason Peterson’s post that was a response to Luke Miner’s post in response […]

Reflections on a Conversation with Jason Petersen

Today, I had an interesting conversation with one of my fellow bloggers, Jason Petersen.  The conversation took place in the Clarkian Apologetics Group.  I greatly enjoy the opportunity to work through issues with other people who care about the philosophy of Gordon Clark.  It is an even greater privilege to […]

The Origins of Fish, Birds, Beasts, and Women

In an effort to gain a better grasp of basic philosophy, I have been listening to lectures titled The History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps by Dr. Peter Adamson, reading both Thales to Dewey and Ancient Philosophy by Gordon Clark, and also reading as much of the primary source material […]

Gordon Clark on What is Meant Today by “Reason”

From Gordon Clark’s outstanding textbook on Logic: “Theologians and secularists quarrel over revelation and reason. The secularists boast about reason and charge the theologian with irrationality. The theologians, or some of them, boast about revelation and deprecate “mere” human reason and logic. Both are guilty of equivocation. Today when secularists […]

Review of Classical Apologetics by Sproul, Gerstner, and Lindsley

By Gordon H. Clark                 This book[1] is divided, not sharply, for each part somewhat overlaps the others in subject matter, but nevertheless is divided into two parts. The first defends the cosmological argument for the existence of God, an argument which, as […]

A Helpful Quick Resource on the New Testament Canon

Is there good evidence to believe that the Bible we have is the same Bible that the early Christians had?  Although we do not rely on the church, historical evidence, nor some vague notion of tradition to determine what the Bible is, evidences from such sources can be helpful for us.  I have benefited greatly […]

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