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Inter-Varsity Press Truth Is Stranger Than It Used to Be

In this book the authors survey postmodern culture and philosophy, offering lucid explanations of such difficult theories as deconstruction. They are sympathetic to the postmodern critique, yet believe that a gospel stripped of its modernist trappings speaks a radical world of hope and transformation to our chaotic culture. This book is for those who wonder what postmodernism is and how biblical Christians might best respond.
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Date:September 13, 2000
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Jason Cruise, TodaysPreacher.Com
Middleton makes a case for how people today gather their worldviews. He traces modernity and post-modernity throughout the book. I appreciated his honesty, and willingness to think outside of the "box." I found his thought pattern to be scattered at times, and some things made sense; but, overall the book did not do a lot for me.
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