David G. Clark

David G. Clark

Professor Emeritus

Areas of Specialization: Intertestamental Period, New Testament, Bible Prophecy, New Testament Greek. Particular interest in Classical Mythologies and Theology of C.S. Lewis.

Education: Diploma, Apostolic Bible College; B.A., Southern California College; Ph.D., University of Notre Dame.

Dr. Clark taught courses in New Testament, the Intertestamental period and apocalyptic literature as well as New Testament Greek and the theology of C.S. Lewis in both our graduate and undergraduate programs. He is the senior editor of The Lamp-Post, The Journal of the Southern California CS Lewis Society, a quarterly publication which showcases C.S. Lewis and those who share a passion for his wide range of books and theology through articles, interviews and book reviews. Dr. Clark has led 2 Lewis workshops at St. Andrews Priory, and co-taught with Terry Lindvall a third workshop there on humor in the writings of C.S. Lewis. At the invitation of Blackwell Publishers (Oxford) he has written C.S. Lewis: A Guide to His Theology, to be released Spring of 2007, as well as another work in progress titled A Reader’s Guide to The Great Divorce. Dr. Clark especially enjoys working with graduate students as they develop their theses and directed readings for presentation.

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1 Comment to "David G. Clark"

  1. Rev. David E. Clarke

    November 21, 2011

    Dear Dr. Clark;

    I have just finished your work, “C.S. Lewis, A Guide To His Theology.” Your work was very insightful and I learned a great deal.

    I do have one question if I may ask. Lewis’ view of purgatory and the Pauline concept of the believer being absent from the body is to be present with the Lord is proving hard for me to make compatible with one and the other. Is it reconciled by the fact that God is transcendant from time, though the above does seem to suggest an immediancy in that relationship between mortality and eternality?

    Thank you sir for taking my comment and I look forward to hearing from you.

    God bless, David E. Clarke


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