Francis Schaeffer has contributed a lot to our (family’s) thinking as Christians. We were pointed to a dualism that can exist dividing our *sacred* life from our *secular* life. He challenged us to think christianly on everyday, human topics; food, education, lifestyle, money/wealth/debt, contraception and ecology. Others too.

Mind you, he didn’t give all the answers but rather encouraged us that there are answers and that the *questions* are very important.

Schaeffer was ahead of his time but since he “went home” in the early 80s, he could hardly envisage the technology of today. So, is technology an issue we should think about? Should there be a christian response? I enjoyed reading what one person says here on the subject.

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