This fourth addition to the Church and Postmodern Culture series, written by internationally acclaimed theologian Graham Ward, examines the political side of postmodernism to better describe the characteristics of a faithful, political discipleship. In two sections, Ward provides an accessible guide to contemporary postmodernism with its wide-ranging implications. He then elaborates on a discipleship informed by a faith which seeks understanding - something he describes as "the substance of the church's political life." The Politics of Discipleship is an engaging account of the inherently political nature of postmodernity infused Ward's elaboration on what it means to live our Christian faith within this setting.
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