Tag: Francis Schaeffer

When Francis Schaeffer looked at our modern society, he saw a lot of apathy. He would trace the ebb and flow of Western Civilization, highlighting achievements, revolutions, and the longings of mankind. Many idealists, revolutionaries, and power-hungry people have changed the course of history—some for better, some for worse....
The truth of Christianity is worth defending. Francis Schaeffer, Nancy Pearcey, and others have sounded a warning call, alerting us to the reality that Christians often don’t see their faith as logical, defensible, or even true. Our modern society has told us that if it can’t be proven scientifically,...
Over the last two posts, I have discussed the suggestion, published in The Journal of Medical Ethics, that parents (or the state) should be able to kill their infants if they discover a defect or hardship that would have led them to have aborted the baby before birth. Much...
Over the past four posts, I have offered four reasons why Christians should care about the arts. With the exception of my first point, these reasons have focused on the utility of the arts. In other words, I have been arguing that we should care about the arts because...
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