The books of Francis Schaeffer represent some of the most influence theological writings in the 20th century for Christians in the public sphere. Schaeffer actively sought to emphasize the inherent dignity in all people, while also challenging Christians to think critically about the state of their culture and the Christian faith. Concerned that Western Culture had lost its moorings from theology, Schaeffer represents a voice of actions and calling for evangelicals around the world to live in a manner that honors God and actively cultivates sanctification.
The Finished Work of Christ and The Letters of Francis Schaeffer were not included in The Complete Works of Francis A. Schaeffer (5 vols.)
A Christian Manifesto, The Great Evangelical Disaster, and Whatever Happened to the Human Race are the same editions included in The Complete Works of Francis A. Schaeffer (5 vols.). .
Death in the City, How Should We Then Live?, Joshua and the Flow of Biblical History, and No Little People are new editions of titles that were included in The Complete Works of Francis A. Schaeffer (5 vols.)
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Francis A. Schaeffer (1912–1984) was an evangelical missionary, philosopher, prolific author, and lecturer. Under the teachings of Cornelius Van Til and J. Grecham Machen, Schaeffer held a presuppositional approach to apologetics. Recognized internationally for his work in Christianity and culture, Schaeffer passed away in 1984 but his influence and legacy continue worldwide. In 1955, he and his wife, Edith, moved to Switzerland and founded L’Abri Fellowship international study and discipleship centers. Schaeffer authored more than 20 books, which have been translated into a score of languages and sold millions worldwide.