Because God Is: A Tribute to Robert W. Jenson (1930-2017)
Over 5 years of weekly dinners, ‘America’s Theologian’ became a mentor and a dear friend.
Postmodernism's children are the Jerrys, Georges, Elaines, and Kramers of Seinfeld, people for whom others are little more than temporary distractions from the meaninglessness of life.
The Myth of the Secular Apocalypse
An excerpt from 'How to Survive the Apocalypse.'
The social theorist Jean-François Lyotard famously said that a defining feature of postmodernism is “incredulity toward metanarratives”; in other words, postmodern people tend to view
The Difference between 'Platform' and Pastoral Leadership
Australia pastor Mark Sayers says influence has to be about more than book sales and retweets.
In your 20s you founded several unconventional churches designed to reach people shaped by postmodernism. Then you became disillusioned with that approach. What happened?
What Tim Keller Does Best
A review of Preaching: Communicating Faith in an Age of Skepticism.
So, given the innumerable strengths of this book, what's not to like? Two concerns. The first involves the book's emphasis on Christ-centered preaching
Raising Jesus Kids
Hint: It's not about having all the right answers.
you. This drove society for three hundred years. The shift to postmodernism began in our childhoods and absolutely defines the next generation. Their
Os Guinness: Welcome to the 'Grand Age of Apologetics'
With the era of 'Christian consensus' coming to a close, we have a fresh opportunity to make the gospel appealing.
We have to see that it's not just ideas that are shaping us; it's modernity itself. Even today most apologetics deals with ideas—modernism, postmodernism, relativism, secularism.
Farewell, Cultural Christianity
How a changing landscape can strengthen our witness.
Total disengagement is itself a privilege of a cultural Christendom that is fast passing away. Total disengagement is itself a privilege of a cultural Christendom that is fast passing away.
The center was not holding.
And that's not where the similarities end. (If a whiff of the term “postmodernism” makes you break out in hives, abandon ship now, because that's what we're about to talk about.).
Digging For Truth
Josh McDowell on the Bible's truthworthiness, the internet, and the future of the church
Something is happening here that is reinforcing manuscript authority. In my recent discovery in an ancient codex, we found two of the oldest fragments
Five Ways to Cut to the Heart of Non-Christian Ideas
Nancy Pearcey equips believers with tools to expose error and promote truth.
In this case, how can Darwinism claim to be true? Postmodernism is self-defeating, too, because it makes truth claims while simultaneously denying the very possibility of objective truth.
Together, Without God
New atheist communities look a lot like church.
Church critics. Sam Harris (author of The End of Faith (WW Norton & Company, 2004)) is one of the strongest voices and brightest stars of "the New Atheism
Re-Placing the Church
How a Vancouver congregation is feeling the patient power of parish.
I have also become much more aware of the forces that make it difficult to "be the church." In Vancouver, where postmodernism and individualism reign, it's difficult to form any kind of
Is Gospel Amnesia Creating a Third Great Schism?
Andrew Walker and Robin Parry seek wisdom from the Christian past to heal modern-day church divisions.
Is Gospel Amnesia Creating a Third Great Schism? Andrew Walker and Robin Parry seek wisdom from the Christian past to heal modern-day church divisions.
Catholics on the Evangelical Trail
George Weigel heralds an "Evangelical Catholicism" whose adherents strive to bring Jesus into every area of life.
is for finders." Can you elaborate? Postmodernism is about your truth and my truth, but never about the truth. Evangelical Catholicism, like all Great-Tradition
Timothy George on the Reformers' Postmodern Moment
The historical theologian says Luther and Calvin show us how to read the Bible for the sake of the church.
In Reading Scripture with the Reformers, I talk about the Reformers as "proto-postmoderns." There's a great deal about postmodernism that we orthodox, Bible-believing, gospel