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By Francis A. As one of the greatest Christian philosophers of the twentieth century, Francis Schaeffer made it his mission to relate Christianity to the surrounding culture's worldview. His works continue to have relevance today as Christians grapple with current issues in metaphysics, morals, and epistemology. In this redesigned apologetic work, Schaeffer encourages readers to have a deeper understanding of who they are, who God is, and how they know him as they encounter the infinite-personal God who is there and is not silent. Francis A.
Tyndale celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of this twentieth-century spiritual classic with a special commemorative edition featuring new foreword by Chuck Colson and introduction by Dr. Jerram Barrs, director of the Schaeffer Institute. What would you like to know about this product? Please enter your name, your email and your question regarding the product in the fields below, and we'll answer you in the next hours. You can unsubscribe at any time. Enter email address.
Search this site. Does it make sense to believe in God? Can we ever know God? For Schaeffer, Christianity expressed the ultimate truth. That is why he never shunned doubts and questions by honest seekers. He knew the truths in the Bible would always prove themselves when they were thoroughly investigated by an open mind and heart. Gary Shilling.
Schaeffer A Christian Worldview. Westchester, IL:Crossway Books, This is the third book of Francis Schaeffer's "Trilogy. The first of these chapters deals with metaphysics ; the second, morals ; and the third and fourth, epistemology.
Christians, and especially evangelical Christians, have tended to forget this. Philosophy and religion do not deal with different questions, though they give different answers and use different terms. The basic questions of both philosophy and religion and I mean religion here in the wide sense, including Christianity are the questions of Being that is, what exists , of man and his dilemma that is, morals , and of epistemology that is, how man knows. Philosophy deals with these points, but so does religion, including evangelical, orthodox Christianity.
there and not being silent, in the areas of metaphysics, morals, and epistemology. We should in a smaller, more profound book,The Origin of the Genetic Code,he begins to spell nature the alienation of man from. 2. FRANCIS SCHAEFFER.
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