Graham Morbey wrote:
> I don't think that you can really call Francis Schaffer a generally
> recognized scholar, (as much as some of his engaging Christian apologetics
> - old Princeton, Van Til, and smattering of Dooyeweerd influenced
> worldview- warms the chrisian heart) especially not in Old Testament
> studies. A very interesting treatment of Genesis by a very good scholar is
> the Genesis Volume in the Interpretation Series by Walter Brueggemann. I
> haven't heard much about him on this list but I think that serious
> theological reflection on the early chapters of Genesis needs to be
> acquainted with his position!
I apologize for my ignorance. I thought he _was_ a scholar.
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