Category Archives: Scott Clark

Methinks He Doth Protest Too Much?

I think this explains a lot. From the most recent Office Hours, RSC is interviewing Horton about his joint For/Against Calvinism project with Roger Olson. At about 7:50 in the audio, RSC has this to say: Let’s focus a little … Continue reading

Posted in Calvin, Calvinism, Church relations, Compare and Confess, Lutheranism, Mike Horton, Modern Reformation, Quotes, Reformed Confessionalism, Scott Clark, Thesis Thursday | 1 Comment

It’s About the Gospel, TurretinFan

There has been a bit of back and forth between the Heidelblog and “He Who Anonymously Channels All Things Francis Turretin.” (I experience the same trouble submitting a comment at Tfan’s blog that RSC seems to have.) At this point, … Continue reading

Posted in Scott Clark, Spirituality of the Church, The gospel, Theocracy, Two-kingdoms | 17 Comments