Saturday, September 25, 2010

Francis Schaeffer Lecture on Apologetics MP3

In this audio, Francis Schaeffer presents a lecture on apologetics, presuppositions, communication in culture, and the line of despair. Although somewhat of a fragment (it's only part of a group of lectures), it's a nice audio for getting a feel for Schaeffer's style, ideas, and approach. Original at SermonIndex. More by Schaeffer here.

Full MP3 Audio here (1hr)

Enjoy.

2 comments :

marcuscollins said...

Many more audio recordings of Schaeffer's lectures may be downloaded from http://www.labri-ideas-library.org/.

For an excellent introduction to Schaeffer's life and thought, see the series by Kim Riddlebarger, previously mentioned on Apologetics 315: http://apologetics315.blogspot.com/2009/05/lectures-on-francis-schaeffer-mp3-audio.html

For much more detailed coverage of Schaeffer, Jerram Barrs' excellent courses presented at Covenant Theological Seminary are available free online: http://www.worldwide-classroom.com/courses/info/cc578/ and http://www.worldwide-classroom.com/courses/info/cc579/.

Roger said...

I've never heard Schaeffer in audio before. He has an interesting accent. American with a twist of English/Australian. Is there a reason for this?

For instance, when saying "Half", he says "Harf" (English/Australian) instead of "Hairf" (Nth American).

Similarly when saying "Path", he says "Parth" rather than "Pairth".

Toally irrelevant of course, but a curious dialect none-the-less.

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