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4. High Noon: The Regulative Principle Rides Again
Series:  Raiders of the Lost Art  · 4 of 5
10/7/2006 (SAT)
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    This is part of the Westminster Conference Series. Dr. R. Scott Clark is Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Westminster Seminary California. We were honored to have Dr. Clark visit us and lecture for a weekend series on Reformed Confessionalism. The full title of this series is 'Raiders of the Lost Art---Recovering the Reformed Confession'.

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