Francis Schaeffer’s view of humanity was that all human beings are created in the image of God—broken by the fall, but nonetheless created in the image of God, and are therefore creatures of great dignity and worth. It was the driving force behind his dealings with people, causing him to treat each person with significance and respect, and it was central to his view of how Christians should reach the world around them.

Born from the first conference dedicated to his work and its continuing influence in our world, and selected from the best of the talks presented at that conference, this book offers the view that Francis Schaeffer’s word to the Christian community is as relevant today, and maybe more so, than in his own lifetime.