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Francis Schaeffer & Dorothy Sayers

from Francis Schaeffer, How Should We Then Live? (1976)

“No totalitarian authority nor authoritarian state can tolerate those who have an absolute by which to judge that state and its actions. 90 more words


How Can You Maintain a Christian Worldview in a Post-Modern Culture? - John Stonestreet

I meet folks all the time who sense that things have changed. What Francis Schaeffer and Chuck Colson once called “a post-Christian” culture has become a “post-Christian-and-darn-proud-of-it” culture. 632 more words


"A Wave of New Consecration"

Now, I want to say two or three very plain things about this matter, which lies very near my heart, as to some degree responsible for the amount of Christian activity and service in this my congregation.  810 more words

Christian Worldview

Book review: Engaging God's World by Cornelius Plantinga Jr.

I’ve read 14 books so far this year, and I’m almost done with number 15. I find myself caught between 2 groups of people when it comes to reading – those whose eyes bulge out in shock that I’ve already read this many books, and those who have left me in the dust and already read 30 books! 605 more words

Book Reviews


The main point of my last post was that our disintegrating culture is going to need scapegoats. This has happened before. At the end of the second century Tertullian said the Romans blamed Christians for “every public disaster.” “If the Tiber rises as high as the city walls, if the Nile does not send its waters up over the fields, if the heavens give no rain, if there is an earthquake, if there is famine or pestilence, straightway the cry is, ‘Away with the Christians to the lion!’ What! 832 more words

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The Privileges of a Believer

The wicked may have many comforts and still be cursed.  The godly may have many crosses, yet still he is blessed.  If the wicked has success and his path is smooth, yet there is still a curse upon him.  141 more words

Book Of Psalms

On Making Good Shoes

The Christian shoemaker does his Christian duty not by putting little crosses on the shoes, but by making good shoes, because God is interested in good craftsmanship. 979 more words