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Title: Part 1 - The Intellectual Climate of the 20th Century
Title: Part 2 - The Intellectual Climate and the New Theology
Title: Part 3 - Speaking Historic Christianity To Modern Man

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Speaking the Historic Christian Position Into the 20th Century

Author: Francis A. Schaeffer
Category: unpublished works
First Published in 1965 by: Christian Service Council, Wheaton College

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This is the "unpublished" (not commercially published) book of Schaeffer's Wheaton lectures.


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This work is the printed transcript of Schaeffer's historic 1965 lectures at Wheaton College. The manuscript of these lectures would eventually become the basis for Schaeffer's first works, specifically The God Who is There.


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