This is a list of Gordon Clark quotes about problems with evidentialism.
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Insufficient to Produce Full Persuasion and Assurance
Customarily, secular thinkers and prospective converts have demanded proofs of revelation. To satisfy them, Christian believers have often made great efforts to provide these proofs. As arguments to show that the Bible is the Word of God, the Westminster Confession cites the testimony of the church, the heavenliness of the matter, the efficacy of the doctrine, the majesty of the style, the consent of all the parts and many other incomparable excellencies. Yet these are insufficient to produce full persuasion and assurance of infallible truth and divine authority.Gordon H. Clark. “Clark and His Critics.” Apple Books. 118
Hume and Kant
proofs for the existence of God are invalidated by the arguments of Hume and KantGordon H. Clark. “Clark and His Critics.” Apple Books. 120