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"This is a modern-day classic, one of Schaeffer's books that awakened me to how biblical truth affects all of life."
—Charles Colson, founder, Prison Fellowship and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview
"There are books that quickly go out of print and there are books for the ages. How Should We Then Live? is one for the ages. Any serious thinker must read it again and again."
—Cal Thomas, Syndicated Columnist, Host, After Hours, Fox News Channel
"How Should We Then Live? was produced by a genius who cared about the battle of ideas. It's also the book I still recommend to students for a quick overview of 'the rise and decline of western thought and culture.' Schaeffer brilliantly takes readers from ancient times through the Renaissance, Reformation, and Enlightenment, then discusses the breakdown in philosophy and science and moves on to art, music, literature, film, and much else besides."
—Marvin Olasky, Editor in Chief, World News Group
"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
It is a book that is thought-provoking as well as engaging to read.
We should live as one who has been blessed by having the knowledge of a greater Divine power to guide us in right and wrong and live our lives as this book instructs.
Francis A. Schaeffer covers a lot of territory both geographically and in terms of subject matter in this book.
A fascinating study of how the church has influenced thinking through the middle ages, renaissance and the enlightenment. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Donald Fresh
I knew about Dr. Schaeffer before and this is the first book of his that I have read. In this book, he describes how philosophers at one time started with God and developed their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kurt H. Myrmel
As a believer in the risen Christ, life sometimes resembles being stuck in a zombie invasion. Zombies hate living people and desire their destruction. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen W. Hiemstra