The Temple

Post-Moderns and Emergents

Ravi Zacharias, Al Mohler and RC Sproul chime in on Postmodernism and the Emergent Movement.

Ligonier Ministries

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September 17, 2008 - Posted by | Christianity, Culture - Values, Emerging Church, Philosophy, Theological | , , , , ,

4 Comments »

  1. It was good for me to hear this.

    Comment by Ellen | September 17, 2008 | Reply

  2. We can talk all day long about all the problems with postmodernism…but yet we have done nothing to reach people in today’s world. Instead of trying to change the world, let’s love it in a Biblical way.

    Comment by Tyler | September 17, 2008 | Reply

  3. An old friend would use a line with me when I made unrelated comments: “I like peanut butter, do you skate?”

    Tyler, one has nothing to do with the other. Highlighting the problems with post-modernism has no necessary connection with a lack of evangelism. I can be critical of post-modernism and passionate about evangelism, one does not preclude the other. This is one of the criticisms I hear from emerging guys quite a bit: the church has failed in evangelism. I don’t think it is an accurate criticism. And you don’t have to embrace a faulty epistemology to increase the “missional” quotient.

    “We have done nothing to reach people in today’s world” is quite the extreme criticism, with no real substance to demonstrate its validity. Christianity is growing exponentially.

    Comment by Steve | September 17, 2008 | Reply

  4. Thank you Steve. This really hits the nail on the head.

    Comment by Vera | September 18, 2008 | Reply


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