Mark Clark



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The Problem of God: Answeri...

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Star Trek FAQ: Everything L...

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The Problem of Jesus: Answe...

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Star Wars FAQ: Everything L...

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Star Trek FAQ 2.0 (Unoffici...

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Transactions of the Royal M...

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“We must question the story logic of having an all-knowing, all-powerful God, who creates faulty humans and then blames them for his own mistakes."--Gene Rodenberry”
Mark Clark, Star Trek FAQ: Everything Left to Know about the First Voyages of the Starship Enterprise Unofficial and Unauthorized

“Many people assume that being a Christian means you follow all the rules and have your life together. They assume that “Christian” equals “good person”—when the opposite is true. The gospel is not about what we can do for God (good advice), but what God has done for us (good news). Jesus lived a perfect life precisely because we can’t.”
Mark Clark, The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic’s Challenges to Christianity

“All of the problems of heaven and earth, though they were to confront us together and at once, would be nothing compared with the overwhelming problem of God: That He is; what He is like; and what we as moral beings must do about Him. A. W. TOZER, THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE HOLY”
Mark Clark, The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic’s Challenges to Christianity



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