[Exams: Discursive and Definitional Questions by Dr. Isaac R. Clark]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Dr. Isaac Clark gives a lecture on the nature of his class exams. He states his class and exams are to be treated as Holy. Dr. Clark also explains the distinctive questions (discursive and definitional) that will be found on the class exams. He further discusses justification as part of the discursive aspect and the importance of theological consideration in the decision making process of preaching.
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Clark, Isaac R., "[Exams: Discursive and Definitional Questions by Dr. Isaac R. Clark]" (1967). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 9.
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