Dr. Francis Schaeffer was an evangelical theologian, pastor, missionary, and philosopher. He planned to become an engineer, but was converted and opted to transfer to the Presbyterian Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. He enrolled at Westminster Theological Seminary, and transferred to Faith Theological Seminary, graduating in 1938. In 1955, Dr. Schaeffer co-founded L’Abri Fellowship, a study center and community near the Swiss village of Huemoz. He authored over 20 books, including, How Should We Then Live?, A Christian Manifesto, Whatever Happened to the Human Race?, and The God Who is There. Dr. Francis Schaeffer passed away in 1984 from lymphoma. He and his late wife, Edith, are survived by their children.