>I have to concur with Graham from a philosophical viewpoint. He is
>popular, not scholarly. A number of years ago I was asked to teach a
>Sunday school course with one of Schaffer's books as the text. I turned
>it down because his "philosophy" begins where a legitimate study should
>end. But, because he tells evangelicals what they wanted to hear, I knew
>that such a suggestion would produce heat rather than light in the group,
>for he was their champion. I have noted that one becomes a best-selling
>author by not making people really think. Telling them what they want to
>hear is, however, very effective.
Dave, could you elaborate on this? In what way does Shaeffer begin at the end?
Keith B. Miller
Department of Geology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
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