Today's culture has made a radical shift in its view of reality and truth. Is there absolute truth? Can truth be known? How can the church effectively minister in a culture where subjectivism and relativism are the watchwords?
In this message, Stuart McAllister seeks to give an overview of this shift and trace its origins. He explores the sociological changes and factors which have contributed to this sea of change. In helping us understand the "modern" era---its particular claims, focus and ethos---he then guides us through an examination of the "postmodern" era as a reaction and as a transition stage between what was and what is yet to come.