Tyndale celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of this twentieth-century spiritual classic with a special commemorative edition featuring new foreword by Chuck Colson and introduction by Dr. Jerram Barrs, director of the Schaeffer Institute.
He Is There and He Is Not Silent discusses fundamental questions about God, such as who he is and why he matters.
In He Is There and He Is Not Silent, Francis Schaeffer—philosopher, popular speaker, and founder of L’Abri Fellowship in the Swiss Alps—addresses some of the most perplexing questions to believers and unbelievers alike:
Does God exist?
Does it make sense to believe in God?
Can we ever know God?
During his life, Francis Schaeffer welcomed questioners and doubters from all walks of life to L’Abri Fellowship. For Schaeffer, Christianity expressed the ultimate truth. That is why he never shunned doubts and questions by honest seekers. He knew the truths in the Bible would always prove themselves when they were thoroughly investigated by an open mind and heart.
From the intriguing, late-night discussions at L’Abri came a series of compelling books from Francis Schaeffer—The God Who Is There, Escape from Reason, True Spirituality, and this classic book every Christian should own, He Is There and He Is Not Silent.
After years of hearing about Francis Schaeffer's work, I finally picked up How Should We Then Live? last winter. I was not impressed, though I could see a sharp and brilliant mind at work in the book. My friends still insisted that Schaeffer was worth reading, and so shortly thereafter I read A Christian Manifesto, which I liked more, though still with misgivings. He is There and He is Not Silent, however, made me a believer in Schaeffer's work.