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Schaeffer was a Presbyterian minister with an ability to see how the questions
of meaning, morals, and value being dealt with by philosophy, were the
same questions that the Bible dealt with, only in different language.
Once an agnostic, Schaeffer came to the conclusion that Biblical Christianity
not only gave sufficient answers to the big questions, but that they were
the only answers that were both self-consistent and livable. With this
conviction he became a man of conversation.