Recently on the Dividing line, near the very end of the show, James said he was not a Clarkian, and I believe he has spoke negatively very briefly on a few other occasions regarding the subject of Gordon Clark.
I have to admit to finding this very strange, given my understanding of Dr Whites views and methods, and his support for the likes of John Gill, Robert L. Reymond, and also given that he differs with the likes of John Murray and Ned Stonehouse who follow Van Til, one would think he would indeed think highly of the very capable Gordon Clark, so I am at a loss to grasp this.
I do know that years ago Dr White had a bit of a run in with one of Dr Clark's major proponents, the now departed and with the Lord, Dr John Robbins.
I would not think that would have any effect upon Dr White, at least I hope not.
I also wonder if Dr White has read any of Clarks works. If he has, surely he can see just how brilliant Clark was, and more than that, just how like-minded to himself in so many ways.