He Is There and He Is Not Silent Audio CD – Audiobook, Unabridged
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This book will deal with the philosophic necessity of God's being there and not being silent, in the areas of metaphysics, morals, and epistemology. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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22 August 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
I have had a copy of the first edition since it was first published. It is a short book that I return to again and again to remind myself of the ground of my faith. I need say no more. A true classic. I spent time at L'Abri in 1971 when Schaeffer was expound his ideas which went into this book. Also at the time Os Guiness was sharing his thoughts on what became the "Dust of Death" a book for the times
25 August 2005
Why am I personal? Why do I have an innate sense of right and wrong? Why is love so important? How do I know I know and why do I know I know? Schaeffer gives good and sufficient answers to these basic questions from a biblical Christian perspective. Good and sufficient reasons for rejecting a non-personal, time plus chance beginning to existence and for believing there is a knowable God who is there.
28 April 2010
Either we are the result of blind random forces or created by an intelligent being. Francis Schaeffer wrote one of the most compelling arguments in defense of the idea that we are created. And years before Richard Dawkins asked, "Who Made God" he answered the question.
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