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Question Tuesday: In the World

Francis Schaeffer said, ‎”Each generation of the church in each setting has the responsibility of communicating the gospel in understandable terms, considering the language and thought-forms of that setting.” What does this look like in our current setting? What are the … Continue reading

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Truth Is Stranger Than It Used to Be

Below is a collection of mini essays which served as my midterm exam for my Worldviews class during my MA. We were to pick four essay questions (so I apologize for the disjointedness) to show our understanding of Middleton and Walsh’s Truth … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism?

In Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism James K.A. Smith engages his reader with humor and wonderful accessibility with the purpose of clearly differentiating between the popular, or what he calls “bumper sticker” understanding of Postmodernism and the scholarly understanding, as well … Continue reading

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Sex & TV

I just finished reading Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism? The last chapter I had to read twice, and though I’m feeling better about it, I’m still sorting through some new stretches in my way of thinking, primarily, my own postmodern dilemma … Continue reading

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