The Clark-Van Til Controversy occurred in the 1940's, revolved around the relation of knowledge to the incomprehensibility of God, and involved the professor of philosophy Gordon H. Clark and the Westminster Seminarian Cornelius Van Til. Its initial ripples were felt throughout the conservative Presbyterian community and remain matters of serious theological, historical, and philosophical concern.
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- Clark-Van Til Controversy from The Trinity Review