Francis Schaeffer Video: How Should we then Live? part 1: The Roman Age

Dr. Francis Schaeffer (30 January 1912 – 15 May 1984) was a man of profound insight. He was the Interpreter of the Cosmos for the 20th century. He is an inspiration to me in my dim echo of his work as I attempt to interpret this world and universe. Please make yourself comfortable, get yourself a snack and a drink, and watch part 1, The Roman Age, of his still-relevant documentary “How Should we then Live?” I’ll be posting the rest of the series in the coming days.

No, really, watch it. Many blessings to you all in Christ Jesus.

-Justin

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