On Living in the Spirit
Francis A. Schaeffer

On the other hand, the danger of orthodoxy, even true orthodoxy, is in falling off the other side [of existential mysticism] of the knife blade: that is, in stating the intellectual position and then placing a period. What we must ask the Lord for is a work of the Spirit . . . to stand on a very thin line: in other words, to state intellectually the intellectual reality of that which God is and what God has revealed in the objectively inspired Bible; and then to live moment by moment in the reality of a restored relationship with the God who is there, and to act in faith upon what we believe in our daily lives.



Patrick L. Hurd
Weatherford, Texas

EST. 01/01/01