I read this 1970 book along with the previous book. I give Schaeffer credit for consistency of conviction over the years. This is more of a historical and cultural study of our generation. Schaeffer calls for a cultural revolution built on truth. ‘‘But we must not align ourselves as though we are in any camp built on a non-Christian base. We are an ally of no such camp. . . I am a cobelligerent at this particular place, but I am not an ally.’’ A good idea for Protestants and Catholics in post-Christian America.
The Church at the End of the 20th Century
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