One of the ministries i am involved in (main web-admin) is the Gordon H. Clark Foundation. The foundation is a new one that is working directly with Gordon Clark's family and others to publicize material that has never before been made public. We desire to become THE go to source for all things Gordon Clark.
A new article has been published today by one of our admins: “The Nature of Truth” is a previously unpublished article from Dr. Gordon H. Clark’s papers. It is presented to
Sometimes it takes someone outside the Christian tradition to point to the problems within the American churches. An essay in The Atlantic, "The Quiet Gay-Rights Revolution in America's Churches," argues persuasively that the churches of America were a leaven of "tolerance" in society, preparing the way for support of homosexual unions.
In 2006, just over a third of Roman Catholics and mainline Protestant churches favored gay unions. And among evangelical Protestants
Updated 10-07-2014 at 10:35 PM by Shawn Mathis
"Shawn, I read your three-part article on FIC [family integrated church, ed.] and I would like to set a time to speak with you. Please understand that I have no pugnacious intentions. I agree wholeheartedly with your concern about FIC. Thank you, Eric Wallace."
After reading the email on my smartphone between appointments, I wondered if this was the Eric Wallace—the one who "started it all"—that movement in homeschooling circles which denounces the typical youth
“…And do you agree to submit in the Lord to the government of this church and, in case you should be found delinquent in doctrine or life, to heed its discipline?”
“We do,” replied the new and excited family.
“We welcome you to the fellowship of our church…,” beamed the pastor.
* * * * Years Later * * * * *
The pastor was dismayed: “You did not follow Matthew 18?”
“Look,” retorted the father, “that family is full of self-centered
In Scotland, by the North Sea, the small town of Elgin had simple educational requirements. The directory for the local grammar school required that "upon the Lord’s day, masters and scholars shall convene in school at eight o’clock in the morning, and after prayer in the English tongue, the several classes shall be exercised—the seniors in the exposition of a sacred lesson [of the Psalms or catechism]...and the juniors in getting ‘by heart’ some select English psalms, or the ordinary catechism;