About R. Scott Clark
R. Scott Clark is the President of the Heidelberg Reformation Association
, the author and editor of, and contributor to several books
and the author of many articles. He has taught church history and historical theology since 1997 at Westminster Seminary California. He has also taught at Wheaton College, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Concordia University. Read more»
He has hosted the Heidelblog since 2007.
I agree! You are gentle and extremely pastoral. You’ve helped me tremendously.
Great message, Dr. Clark! Thanks for being so clear on the gospel and our need to go into battle with feet shod with the gospel of peace. Also, thank you for giving the historical background to the HC… and also telling us of the opposition that came from odd sources (e.g., Oliander).
I agree with Leon’s comment above.
I am another one who has been greatly helped by you over the years. Thank you for taking time to answer questions and steering me in the right direction re: books to read, etc. People here in my town have been helped much by your life and ministry as a result. It amazes me that you always take time to help.
Though we are about the same age, I have a high respect for you. Thank you for giving clear and accurate teaching that helps me to hold to the faith in simplicity.
May the Lord richly and greatly bless you in the years ahead!
P.S. Thanks to WSCAL for doing this very important conference! I still think the BC is the best kept secret the Reformed world has ever had. Lisa and I are hoping to begin a home Bible study, simply going through the BC.
Thanks! One clarification, I was referring to Andreas Osiander. The Wiki entry seems to suggest that Flaccius’ view, as described there, was not Luther’s.
Thanks much for your encouragement. I’m grateful.
Thanks, Dr. Clark- I’ve never heard of Osiander before! It’ll take me awhile to spell his name right.
Nice job, R.S.!
I’m continuing a (bad?) post-Conference habit by watching the Q and A first. Then on to Dr. Clark’s lecture. This day at the office is just flying by! (I’m getting some real work done, too.)
I’m fighting the same battle (watching the conference while working)!
Sadly, this video is blocked at work for me. It’s going to be a looong day.
Does your IT person block just WSC videos or all videos on Vimeo?
Thank you for that, RSC.
They block all major services like Vimeo, Youtube, etc. The smaller ones fall through the cracks. I can watch videos on Ligonier’s website because they use their own streaming software.