Jan 28, 2022
“Francis Schaeffer was right: In the Post-Christian world, lay men and women can no longer afford to remain ignorant of critical issues that used to be the domain only of philosophy majors. The biblical worldview can no longer be taken for granted even by Christians. If we do not think in terms of worldview, that is, think philosophically, we will be able neither to discern the biblical worldview, nor to retain it, nor to disciple others in it, nor to communicate it to non-Christians. Not only is the unexamined life not worth living, it is not even possible any more for those who wish to be faithful Christians and faithful witnesses for Christ.”
Donald T. Williams, Reflections from Plato's Cave, pp. 3-4.