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Monday, March 24, 2008

philosophy matters

This is part of Francis Schaeffer's "How Then Shall We Live" video series entitled "The Idol of Peace and Affluence" and is undoubtedly prophetic. Considering the varying shades of what he calls "The New Left" slated to apprehend the Presidency, his words are even fuller with relevance today. Enjoy.

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  • So I've stumbled upon your blog again (I added a link to it from mine), and you have no idea to know how excited I am to see some Francis Schaeffer videos up! I watched them all in high school and would like to see them again. They were fabulous! Kudos for posting them. They're right on target.

    By Blogger Laura Owings, at 1:21 PM  

  • Hey look a comment on the ole blog... how sweet of you to stop by Laura.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:11 PM  

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