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Audio from Christ Reformed Author's Forum with Scott Clark

Here's the audio from our recent Author's Forum with Dr. Scott Clark (Friday, November 14), discussing his new book, Recovering the Reformed Confession.

Reader Comments (4)

Another well worth listening to post on the Riddleblog. I love the parts where he goes into his Dutch and Scottish accents and dismisses those who do not agree with their historical reformed confessions. They refuse to give them a place on their pulpits. I am Lutheran but I have to say that that was very impressive. I try always to keep my ears open to who is expressing the truth most clearly. Mr. Clark's brand of Reformed confessional is certainly worth the time to look into. Of course, he would not call it his brand (I think he called that confessional narcissism) but the brand that was written down in the major reformed confessions. I cannot wait to read the book when I get the extra funds to pay for it.

The major portion of the talk he spent on revivalism and "unmediatied religious experience" as opposed to" mediated religious experience" was very helpful to distinguish. Perhaps the first great awakening is not the best model we often hold it up to be. All American revivalism should be suspect according to Mr. Clark. That certainly is a mouthful to chew on for awhile.
November 17, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Yeazel
I meant to say Reformed confessionalism rather than Reformed confessional.
November 17, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Yeazel
Highly thought-provoking - thanks Kim.
November 17, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMark
<a href=>pumpkin carving designes</a> I like this forum :)
December 29, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterCherokee

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