Two Contents, Two Realities – Francis Schaeffer (1974)

The Aquila Report | 4/6/2018 | Staff
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His writing aims squarely at the Christian mind but always impacts the heart. And whenever the mind and heart are inflamed by Christian truth, the hands and feet are quick to follow. Schaeffer’s proposition in this piece is simple. The culture is getting increasingly more secular and ungodly. There are two contents and two realities.

Sometimes the best things come in small packages. Case in point: Two Contents, Two Realities by Francis Schaeffer. To call it a booklet would be inaccurate. To call it a pamphlet would be insulting. The worst accusation one could hurl at this work is irrelevant or outdated. Originally published in 1974 as a position paper that was presented at the International Congress on World Evangelization in Lausanne, Switzerland, Schaeffer’s work (as usual) is prophetic, timely, and challenging. His writing aims squarely at the Christian mind but always impacts the heart. And whenever the mind and heart are inflamed by Christian truth, the hands and feet are quick to follow.

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Schaeffer’s proposition in this piece is simple. The culture is getting increasingly more secular and ungodly. There are two contents and two realities:

Schaeffer argues, “We must have...
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