Gordon H. Clark: Personal Recollections $6.95

John W. Robbins, editor
Trade paperback, 150 pages, 1989

Gordon Clark has been called the dean of American Christian philosophers; he penned more than 40 books; he taught thousands of students at six colleges, universities, and seminaries; yet few people today seem to know much about him. This collection of 20 essays is written by those who knew him best – his children, friends, colleagues, and students.

Contents: The Witness, Edmund P. Clowney; The Early Butler Years, Mary Crumpacker; Life with Father, Part 1, Elizabeth Clark George; Memories of a Father-in-law, Wyatt George; The Man I Remember, Sharon Ritchey Gingrich; The Cold, Hard Facts, Ruth Bell Graham; Gordon Clark at the Vatican, Janet Glenn Gray; The Early Years, Anna Marie Hafer; A Wide and Deep Swath, Carl F. H. Henry; A Colleague and Player of Chess, J. C. Keister; Gordon Clark, A Teacher, Deborah Pattison Kozlowski; A Theological Giant, Harold Lindsell; Clark and Contemporary Thought, Ronald Nash; Valiant-for-Truth, Joseph Pattison; How You Can Meet Gordon Clark, John W. Robbins; A Truly Great and Brilliant Friend, Robert K. Rudolph; A Sense of the Holiness of God, John W. Sanderson; The Proper Use of the Mind, Roland G. Usher, Jr.; Absolute Truth, William Young; “Cordially, G H C,” Dwight Zeller; Life with Father, Part 2, Lois Clark Zeller; Logic and Chocolate Ice Cream, Samuel Zinaich; Index

 
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