In “Genesis in Space and Time” Schaeffer focuses on the first eleven chapters of Genesis and in step with its title, he argues for the monumental events as actual historic happenings that make sense of life and man’s past as we know it today, unlike any other account of origins we possess.
Schaeffer argues for the historic space-time ex-nihilo creation, God creating man in His own image, an actual historical moral Fall of man, the subsequent abnormality that exists between the Creator and the creature, and Gods promise of rectifying said abnormality are set forth.
A God-less worldview can only observe the effects of said abnormality (i.e., sin), but is incapable of knowing why these things occurred. Moreover, moderns don’t know how these abnormalities are to be remedied. Our problem is a moral rebellion against God. Christ alone is the solution.