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Apologetic Writings: Influence on Francis Schaeffer
The original author of this article has written that Carnell's "combinationalist" or "verificationist" apologetic methods had an influence on Francis Schaeffer. Subsequently in the Apologetics section of the Francis Schaeffer article Schaeffer is called a combinationalist or verificationist, when Schaeffer himself describes his apologetics as both presuppositionalist and evidentialist. Therefore a cite is requested for this statement of fact. Thank you :-) --Awinger48 21:51, 6 September 2006 (UTC)