Mathematics is not my forte either, but it is far more beautiful than poetry. It is surpassed only by systematic theology.Which is funny, because I always thought that Systematic Theology is at its best when it was most poetic. But here we have in Clark a classic cognitive-propositionalist according to Lindbeck's typology (see I told you it would come in handy!) and I haven't yet read enough of Macky to pidgeon-hole him but I suspect he leans towards the experiential-expressivist mode.
Friday, February 12, 2010
The Beauty of Systematic Theology: Anti-Quote of the Day
Gordon Clark takes issue with Peter Macky's treatment of his work in this article and concludes with,