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"Schaeffer was right. Today, we need leaders who can show us how to operate . . . in a way that does not neglect or enshrine politics. We need to discern which behaviors by Christians are helpful . . . and which are not."
—Marvin Olasky, Editor in Chief, World News Group
"When I went to L'Abri many years ago as an agnostic, it was the first time I encountered Christians who engaged with the cultural and intellectual world. A leader distinguished by his integrity and authenticity, Francis Schaeffer shows how the richness of biblical truth illuminates the course of history as well as our individual lives."
—Nancy Pearcey, Author, Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity
"I can think of no one who has had more impact on evangelical theology and social policy in the last three decades than Francis Schaeffer. Dr. Schaeffer had enormous influence on a whole generation of baby-boomer evangelicals, calling us to engagement with society and inspiring us to be the salt and light that Jesus commanded. The culmination of Schaeffer's call for the church to be the church were How Should We Then Live? and A Christian Manifesto. We all owe Dr. Schaeffer an incalculable debt."
—Richard Land, President, The Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission
"Go to any evangelical Christian gathering . . . and ask twenty people the simple question: 'What single person has most affected your thinking and your worldview?' If Francis Schaeffer doesn't lead the list of answers, and probably by a significant margin, I'd ask for a recount."
—Joel Belz, Founder, World Magazine
This is Francis Schaeffer's response to Humanist Manifesto. Although it was written over 30 years ago, it deals with issues that are contemporary. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Richard L. Surface
I read this back when it was first published. It was a different time then. I reread it and with few exceptions I must admit it is in many ways more relevant today than it was when... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Russ Bush
This is the 5th book of F.Schaeffer's That I have studied, I found it a very easy read and this book will help the reader to understand
how God's law should be intergraded... Read more
So contextualized to our days that made me think I was reading a release. Every one, Christians and non-christians should read it.Published 9 months ago by wartonhertz
To what world view do you subscribe? This book is a good guide to your thought process. Three more words required, so I added them.Published 15 months ago by Leland Eichelberger
I recently finished reading the last book, or one of the last books, published by Francis Schaeffer before his death in 1984: "A Christian Manifesto", published in 1981. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Diane M. Cowles
A Christian Manifesto seeks to discuss the relationship between the Christian and his or her government, law, and civil disobedience (10). Read morePublished 16 months ago by Andrew Frysword