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eBook Francis Schaeffer: The Man and His Message epub
  • ISBN: 0842309322
  • Author: Jr Louis Gifford Parkhurst
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.; First Printing edition (1985)
  • Pages: 250 pages
  • ePUB size: 1936 kb
  • FB2 size 1858 kb
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In addition to his books, one of the last public lectures Schaeffer delivered was at the Law Faculty, University of. .Parkhurst, Louis Gifford, Francis Schaeffer: The Man and His Message, Tyndale House, Wheaton, 1985.

In addition to his books, one of the last public lectures Schaeffer delivered was at the Law Faculty, University of Strasbourg. Most of his writings during his Bible Presbyterian days have not been collected, nor reprinted in decades. Ramsey, George . The Quest for the Historical Israel, SCM Press, London, 1982, pp. 107-115.

When I wrote Francis Schaeffer: The Man and His Message, I followed a book format designed and pioneered by others; which meant, I equally divided the book between a glimpse of Francis Schaeffer’s life in the first half of the book and his teaching in the second half of the book.

Francis Schaeffer: The Man and His Message. by Louis G. Parkhurst. Coauthors & Alternates. Louis Gifford Parkhurst. ISBN 9780842309233 (978-0-8423-0923-3) Softcover, Tyndale House Publishers, 1985. Find signed collectible books: 'Francis Schaeffer: The Man and His Message'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Louis G. Parkhurst at LibraryThing.

Unlike the inductive approach, he majors on inner, existential values as well as outer empirical data. Lessons from Their Lives of Faith. Completely Revised in 2012. Prayer Steps of Christmas. Prayer Steps to Serenity.

Parkhurst, Louis Gifford, Francis Schaeffer: The Man and His Message, Tyndale House, Wheaton, 1985. 107–115. Roper, D. "A Sympathetic Criticism of Francis Schaeffer's Writings," Interchange, 41 (1987) pp. 41–55.

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Onoxyleili
The author was Dr. Schaeffer's pastor during the last few years of Schaeffer's life while he was fighting cancer. Half of the book tells the basic story of Schaeffer's remarkable life; the second explores Schaeffer's thoughts on theology, apologetics, culture, and ethics. Parkhurst was very taken with Schaeffer and wanted to honor his life with this book. However, he was not the best author for this challenging task.

I found nothing really wrong with the book. It is clear and simple; but it does not go very deep into the subject matter, especially concerning Schaeffer's worldview and apologetic method. One finds some deep waters here, especially for those not steeped in apologetics and philosophy.

The best biography on Schaeffer is Colin Duriez, "Francis Schaeffer: An Authentic Life" (Crossway, 2008). The best book on Schaeffer's apologetics is Bruce Follis, "Truth With Love" (Crossway, 2006). If one could only read a few of Schaeffer's books, I recommend, "The God Who is There" (apologetics); "True Spirituality" (the Christian life); and "Whatever Happened to the Human Race?" (ethics and culture).
Micelhorav
Parkhurst shows Schaeffer as truly a man of God. He is a man both of words and action. In the first half of his book Parkhurst weaves together L'Abri, Tapestry, and many other interviews of the family and friends in a tender biography of the Schaeffers. The second half of his book outlines much of Schaeffer's thought on various theological issues. Each chapter testifies to Schaeffer's deep faith in a living God who is there.

The book is a fine introduction to his life and work. It does leave out many of the cultural, literary, philosophical, and social and political action themes of Schaeffer's work. But if you are not acquainted with Schaeffer, this is the place to begin.
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