Gordon Clark’s Alleged Rejection of Sensation

A classic red herring that has been effective in discouraging young Christian philosophers from consulting the works of Gordon H. Clark and many other good philosophers goes something like this:   Clark rejects sensation.  Of course, we need sensation to know almost everything we know.  Nobody in their right mind can […]

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 […]