Dr. Gordon H. Clark was asked a question following his lecture on Predestination in the Old Testament. If you click on the link and then go to the 1:3:43 to 1:5:15 mark or so you can hear Dr. Clark's response to a question about how many propositions do we need to know from the Scriptures? I will try to transcribe the question and answer here and you can also click on the link to verify that this is what Dr. Clark said:
Dr. Clark: Now then here are two questions. Yes, oh, here comes some more. Uh, what propositions do you try to get across when you present or preach the Gospel? Well, first of all, I would say that the whole Bible is the Gospel, not just a little part of it. And, uh, I do not like to reduce its scope and center only on, uh, some pet subject. I do, however, recognize that there are things that must be emphasized more than others and that's what I said just a moment ago--that the, uh, the doctrine of the propitiatory sacrifice or the satisfaction view of the atonement is one thing I most certainly try to get across. But, uh, I also try to follow Paul's, uh, advice to preach the whole counsel of God in order not to be guilty of the blood of men. I think we must preach the whole counsel and this distinction between kerygma and, uh, church doctrine--as the neo-orthodox put it--I have no sympathy for that.
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