Session X: Final Choices.

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

 

Dr. Schaeffer speculates on what comes next as a result of our society’s philosophies in Episode 10: Final Choices. What are the options left if the current trajectory of Western Civilzation prevails? Join Dr. Schaeffer as he speculates on what comes next as a result of our society’s philosophies in Episode 10: Final Choices.

Session IX: The Age of Personal Peace and Affluence.

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

Join Dr. Schaeffer as he looks at the consequences of materialistic and hedonistic living in Episode 9: The Age of Personal Peace and Affluence.

Humanistic thought leads to pessimism regarding the meaning for life and for fixed values, and general acceptance of selfish values accompany a rejection of Christian consensus. Dr. Schaeffer looks at the consequences of materialistic and hedonistic living in Episode 9: The Age of Personal Peace and Affluence.

Session VIII: The Age of Fragmentation

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

Join Dr. Schaeffer in Episode 8: The Age of Fragmentation as he reviews how art, music, and culture depict a philosophical assent of inconsistency, confusion, and absurdity.

What does a rejection of an objective reality to lead to? Join Dr. Schaeffer in Episode 8: The Age of Fragmentation as he reviews how art, music, and culture depict a philosophical acceptance of inconsistency, confusion, and absurdity.

Session VII: The Age of Non-Reason

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

Dr. Schaeffer hosts and looks at shifts in modern philosophy, the influence of existentialism and the popularization of nonrational experiences in Episode 7: The Age of Non-Reason. How did theologians and philosophers of the rationalist tradition differ from those of the existentialist tradition, and what impact did it have on shaping predominant worldviews? Dr. Schaeffer hosts and looks at shifts in modern philosophy, the influence of existentialism and the popularization of nonrational experiences in Episode 7: The Age of Non-Reason.

Session VI: The Scientific Age

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

Dr. Schaeffer reviews the biblical influence on science and and the shift in modernity in Episode 6: The Scientific Age.

Was the Bible truly an impediment to science? Was there more to the conflict between Copernicus and the Church? Dr. Schaeffer review the biblical influence on science and the shift in modernity in Episode 6: The Scientific Age.

Session V: The Revolutionary Age

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

The Revolutionary age as he compares politics fromed on a Christian foundation to those divorced from Christianity.

What does revolution look like when based on Reformation ideals as opposed to Enlightenment philosophy? Join Dr. Schaeffer in Episode 5: The Revolutionary Age as he compares politics formed on a Christian foundation to those divorced from Christianity.

Session IV: The Reformation  (10/13)

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

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Session III: The Renaissance  (10/6)

 

Starts at 7 pm (PST)

 

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Session II: The Middle Ages 

 

Starts at 7 pm (PST) 

 

 

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This is Dr. Francis Schaeffer’s spectacular video series on the rise and decline of Western culture – all from a Christian perspective. In plain language, this series presents profound truths revealed in Christ through scriptures.

9/29 – The Middle Ages: Dr. Schaeffer leads us through the Post-Roman World as a period of social, political, and intellectual uncertainty. We see a general alignment of knowledge with the monastery and eventually see the Medieval Church’s deviation from the early church’s teaching in regard to the authority of Scripture.

Key Events, Places, and Persons of the Middle Ages

  • Ambrose: 339-397
  • Alcuin of York: 735-804
  • Charlemagne reign: c. 768-814
  • Crowned Emperor: 800
  • Romanesque style: 1000-1150
  • Gothic style: 1150-1250
  • St. Denis: 1140 (Gothic Style) 
  • St. Francis: c. 1181-1226
  • Chartres: 1194 (High Gothic/Romanesque) 
  • Aquinas: 1225-1274
  • John Wycliffe: c. 1320-1384
  • John Hus: 1369-1415

Come study with us!

Wednesdays Online Study, 7pm Pacific Standard Time

 


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Topic: (22-SEP) How Should We Then Live? Study (Roman Age)
Time: Sep 22, 2021 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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How Should We Then Live? Series by Francis Schaeffer

 
 

This is Dr. Francis Schaeffer’s spectacular series on the rise and decline of Western culture – all from a Christian perspective. In plain language, this series presents profound truths revealed in Christ through scriptures.

9/22 –  The Roman Age, Dr. Schaeffer studies ancient Rome and the problem of finite gods as the basis of society.

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