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*A new edition of an IVP classic
Had to read this book for my Christian Faith and Values class, and I very much enjoyed the book.
He challenges Christians to understand these tides and speak the unchanging truth in a way that can be understood in the midst of them.
I can come up with what I consider are flaws in their thinking also, but I don't think they are the cause of so much evil.
I haven't read it all yet but have read other books by Schaeffer. He is a very understanding writer of practical spirituality.Published 2 months ago by Dana C. Altimore
It is ok, but not easy to follow. Francis Schaeffer draws some conclusions that I would not. Difficult to follow some of his reasoning.Published 4 months ago by D. Batzel
If you're interested in the Arts, Philosophy, Science, History or Literature, this is a must-read classic. Basically, it's for anyone interested in LIFE. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Wilson
I am a simple mine and this was a hard read for me. The parts that I understood were educational. I should try to read it again to see if I can glean more from it, because I feel I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Drama Mama
I think it's page 39 that he talks about how God created the whole man and cares about the whole man! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andrew L.
The reasoning of un regenerated man is perhaps one of the greatest causes of evil in the world. The only way to be Perfectly Sane is to be totally out of your mind. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen John Sponsler
I have not completed the book yet, but it seems okay. I think the author is great--so I'll keep reading.Published 7 months ago by Mari Olen