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Reading this book is like digesting a huge meal of meat and potatoes. Very deep and wonderful. I loved where he expounded on Romans 6:11, that we are to live right NOW as if we... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Melinda Abbott
good book...a little bir repetitive...but good enough to those interested in Francis Schaeffer ideas...i also recommend How should we then live...Published 2 months ago by Elias Cedillo Quintos
so-so for me but am used to Francis Chan and David Platt for great encouragersPublished 3 months ago by J. Sutterfield
Excellent book. A must-read for any Christian. I personally believe that outside the Bible, this one should be in every Christian library. Quite refreshing and enlightening!Published 3 months ago by Pablo B. Gonzalez
Schaeffer's book is timely, even 30 years after his death. He isn't afraid to point out the underlying worldviews that he is combating as he seeks to communicate truth. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris M.
The good part was relating basic theology to psychology, to social relationships, and to church life. He didn't really explain _progress_ in the Christian life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeremy