A profound influence on 20th-century evangelicalism, Francis Schaeffer was a Christian apologist, a political activist, an author, and an intellectual mentor. What forces shaped this young fundamentalist American pastor into the founder of L'Abri, a European community that welcomed existentialists, evangelicals, and radicals? Drawing extensively from primary sources, Hankins's appreciative biography reveals a complex, flawed, and ultimately prophetic figure.
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