Category Archives: Postmodernism

95 theses against the assumptions of secularism

In 1517 Martin Luther posted his 95 theses “Disputation on the power and efficacy of indulgences” on the door of the Castle Church of Wittenberg.  What Luther did that morning arguably began the reformation of the church in Europe.  There … Continue reading

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Tim Keller on Jonah and mission in the postmodern world

I’m preaching the book of Jonah after Christmas to set us up for mission to West Bromwich.  God said to Jonah, the reluctant missionary, “should I not have concern for the great city of Nineveh, in which there are more … Continue reading

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Voddie Baucham Jr on asking the right question about evil

In his chapter in “The supremacy of Christ in a postmodern world” Voddie Buacham Jr gives a brilliant apologetic response to the question of God’s goodness and the existence of evil (follow the link above to find the original audio … Continue reading

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David Wells on the shallowness of postmoderns

Continuing on the theme of postmodernism on this week’s blog, David Wells has observes, in “The supremacy of Christ in a postmodern world” that: “Postmoderns are remarkably nonchalant about the meaninglessness that they experience in life.  Reading the works of … Continue reading

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Edward Docx on the emmergence of Authenticism

I posted yesterday on the death of postmodernism.  Here’s what Edward Docx went onto observe in his article about a new movement he tentatively calls authenticism. Certainly, the internet is the most postmodern thing on the planet. The immediate consequence … Continue reading

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Edward Docx on the death of postmodernism

I had one of those “happy coincidences” with my holiday reading this summer.  Whilst reading “The supremacy of Christ in a postmodern world” [proceedings from the Desiring God conference 2006] I came across an article by Edward Docx on the … Continue reading

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