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Robert Greer helps us grasp the nature of the shifts in thinking and believing that are taking place. More important, he helps us navigate the complex debate among Christians as to how best to respond to these new challenges.
Astutely he maps four different ways Christian thinkers have recommended we respond. These alternatives are represented by four theologians: Francis Schaeffer, Karl Barth, John Hick, and George Lindbeck.
Number of Pages: 252
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2003
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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- But what is it?
- Can it be defined?
- Does it really represent a monumental shift away from how we use to think about right and wrong, truth, the world, and even the whole cosmos?
- Most important, how should Christians respond?
"Even at the beginning of the twenty-first century, many evangelicals remain unclear what postmodernism means and how it affects current theological dialogue. Greer adeptly navigates the terrain by defining terms, considering the effects of 'modern' concepts on theology, critically examining various types of theological 'realism' and ultimately pointing us to what he calls 'post-postmodernism.'