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Winter 2009: Suggested Reading

Winter 2009: Suggested Reading

    Suggestions for Further Reading Ed Stetzer, “Writing on the Wall: The Future of the Church and Its Mission” Enrichment (Spring 2008), pages 36-41. http://enrichmentjournal.ag.org/200802/200802_036_Writing.cfm   Scot McKnight, “The Ironic Faith of Emergents: McLaren shows us not only where ‘post-evangelicals’ are going, but also how they get there.” Christianity Today (September 2008). http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2008/september/39.62.html   […]

Fall 2008: Suggested Reading

Fall 2008: Suggested Reading

    Suggestions and Comments from Readers   Reader T.S. writes: I thought this critique of postmodern thinking on today’s college campuses was insightful: “The postmodern idolatry is that all spiritual ways of life lead to the same place. Any local truth is a valid truth. In the postmodern mind, they’re all paths to being […]

Summer 2008: Suggested Reading

Summer 2008: Suggested Reading

    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 […]

Spring 2008: Suggested Reading

Spring 2008: Suggested Reading

      Suggestions for Further Reading Readers have suggested the following as places to find good articles online for further reading on this important subject.   Brian McLaren, “Good Marginal Thinking: The heroes of church history began as reflective Christians who doubted what everyone else took for granted” Leadership Journal (Fall 2007). http://www.christianitytoday.com/le/2007/004/14.110.html   […]

Winter 2008: Suggested Reading

Winter 2008: Suggested Reading

      Suggestions for Further Reading Readers have suggested the following as places to find good articles online for further reading on this important subject.   Robert C. Kurka, “Before ‘Foundationalism’: A More Biblical Alternative to the Grenz/Franke Proposal for Doing Theology” JETS 50:1 (March 2007).   Albert Mohler, “Christian Apologetics for a Postmodern […]

Fall 2007: Suggested Reading

Fall 2007: Suggested Reading

  Suggestions for Further Reading   ♦ Rick Wade, “Confident Belief: What Does it Mean to Know Truth?” PneumaReview.com/confident-belief-what-does-it-mean-to-know-truth/   Please add your comments, questions, and suggestions below.  

Summer 2007: Suggested Reading

Summer 2007: Suggested Reading

  Suggestions for Further Reading Readers have suggested the following as places to find good articles online for further reading on this important subject.   Crystal Downing, “Yolking With Postmodernism: Where is postmodern culture headed? Two recent films, Chicken Run and The X-Men, suggest a neo-Romantic turn” Books & Culture (October 9, 2000). http://www.booksandculture.com/articles/webexclusives/2000/october/oct09.html Scot […]

Spring 2007: Suggested Reading

Spring 2007: Suggested Reading

  Suggestions for Further Reading Although there are numerous scholarly papers that have been written on the subject of the church and postmodernism, here are some that readers have suggested.   ♦ Stanley J. Grenz, “Beyond Foundationalism: Is a Nonfoundationalist Evangelical Theology Possible?” http://www.luthersem.edu/ctrf/Papers/1998_grenz.pdf [as of Oct 14, 2014]   ♦ D. Lyle Dabney, “The […]

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