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Summer 2008: Suggested Reading

 

Editor Introduction: Postmodernism, The Church, and The Future

 

Postmodernism, The Church, and The Future
A Pneuma Review discussion about how the church should respond to postmodernism

Suggestions for Further Reading

 

Tim Keel, “An Efficient Gospel?: The modern world was inclined toward reduction, efficiency, and things you can count” Leadership Journal (Winter 2008). http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2008/001/3.19.html

 

Earl G. Creps, “Moving Target: Reframing Discipleship for Postmoderns” Enrichment (Winter 2008), pages 68-73.    http://enrichmentjournal.ag.org/200801/200801_068_MovTarget.cfm

 

TS says, “Christianity Today has a number of articles that seem to apply to this discussion. Here are a few I’ve seen.”

 

Hear Jamie Smith speaking at Northwest University for the 2006 Pentecostal Lectureship Series presenting his paper “Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism? Azusa Street as Postmodern Revival.” The lecture may be downloaded here: http://eagle.northwestu.edu/chapel_mp3/20060207e.mp3 [link unavailable as of October 23, 2014].

 

Another perspective in this conversation: see the review of Rob Bell, Velvet Elvis by Robert Huckleberry in this issue.

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