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
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.