An Analysis of Gordon H. Clark’s book ‘The Incarnation’
by Dr. W. Gary Crampton & Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot

A number of persons, having read Gordon Clark’s The Incarnation,1 have come to the conclusion that Dr. Clark was a Nestorian. That is, in his final book, Clark taught that Jesus Christ was not one person with two natures, but that He was really two “separate” persons. The present writers disagree with this conclusion. Dr. Clark did not turn away from the orthodox view of Jesus Christ; he merely attempted…

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