Jul 10, 2018
"The evangelical church seems to specialize in being behind. We began to talk about the pressures of the black-white crisis and the urban problems only after most of society had been talking about them for a long time. And, of course, these are real and a part of the whole, but the major problem we are going to face--as I see it, and I could be wrong and I hope I am--in the next twenty years or so is revolution with repression. Society is going to change. I believe that when my great-grandchildren grow to maturity, they will face a culture that has little similarity to ours. And the church today should be getting ready and talking about issues of tomorrow and not about issues of thirty and forty years ago, because the church is going to be squeezed in a wringer." ~ Dr. Francis Schaeffer, The Church at the End of the Twentieth Century, 1970!!!