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Francis A. Schaeffer Studies at Southeastern: Contact Us

Information on the unique resources and opportunities at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary supporting the study of Francis A. Schaeffer's life, work, and thought.

Archives & Digitization Lab at Southeastern

Steve Jones, Archivist and Digital Collections Manager
sjones@sebts.edu
919-761-2220

Rebecca Hayden, Assistant Archivist and Digitization Specialist
rhayden@sebts.edu
919-761-2254

For general inquiries please contact us at libarchives@sebts.edu or 919-761-2329.

The Archives reading room is located on the upper level of the second floor in the Library at Southeastern and is open from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Friday.

Please note that the Library at Southeastern will be closed from December 23, 2016 to January 2, 2017.

Director of the Francis A. Schaeffer Collection

Bruce A. Little, Senior Professor of Philosophy
blittle@sebts.edu
919-761-2142

Our Partners

The Francis A. Schaeffer Foundation

The Francis A. Schaeffer Foundation was incorporated in 1988 by Edith Schaeffer, Udo and Deborah Middelmann, and several of their friends as a foundation of ideas. It attempts to serve as a resource to others and to advance the availability of Francis Schaeffer's ideas.

For more information, please visit http://www.theschaefferfoundation.com/index.php

The Hill House

The Hill House in Austin, Texas exists to to equip Christians to serve Christ, to defend and apply their faith, and to proclaim the gospel on campus and in our culture. Since its founding in 1989, Hill House (formerly the ProbeCenter) has done more than merely help students to survive their university years with their faith intact. They have sought to recover a tradition of Christian living and scholarship that takes both the Bible and contemporary culture seriously. Theirs is not a new vision; they stand in the tradition of the Reformation and of contemporary writers such as Francis Schaeffer and C.S. Lewis.

For more information, please visit http://hillhouseaustin.org/

Archivist and Digital Collections Manager

Steve Jones