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Truth with Love: The Apologetics of Francis…

Truth with Love: The Apologetics of Francis Schaeffer

by Bryan A. Follis

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Follis does an honorable job of defending Schaeffer's unique apologetic approach that reveals his reverance and love for Schaeffer the man and not just the symbol. Follis' final chapter on love as the final apologetic is worth buying the whole book. What he argues in conclusion for based off of Schaeffer's philosophy of ministry is an aspect of pastoral ministry that needs to be recovered among more than simply pastors. ( )
  billmeister16 | Nov 10, 2007 |
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Follis's work thus serves as a timely propedeutic, introducing a new generation to Schaeffer's balanced yet radical embrace of orthodoxy and orthopraxy.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 158134774X, Paperback)

Francis Schaeffer was a well-known, extremely influential apologist and thinker who made his mark defending orthodox truth in the face of strong opposition. He was foremost in the vocation of apologetic ministry, and he was a brilliant man whom God used mightily during the decades of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.

In Truth with Love, Bryan Follis explores the theology and thinking that fueled the ministry of Francis Schaeffer, from his Reformed position to his understanding of fundamentalism. Follis examines Schaeffer's apologetic argument and the role of reason in his discussions and writings. The position Francis Schaeffer took against modernism and its applicability in this day of postmodernism are studied as well.

This book is a beneficial resource for any Francis Schaeffer fan and any minister, teacher, or student who appreciates truth and its defense in the face of different kinds of opposition.

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