When in Amsterdam, Dr. Clark had an interview with Dooyeweerd, in which he asked whether there was absolute truth. Dooyeweerd replied in the negative. Clark wrote on a piece of paper: “There is no absolute truth,” handed it to Dooyeweerd and asked: “Is what is written absolute truth?”
I inquired, “What did Dooyeweerd say?” I was told this was the wrong question. I should have asked, “What did Dooyeweerd do?” and the answer was, “He smiled.”
Quoted from Absolute Truth by William Young, in Godon H. Clark: Personal Recollections, p. 117.