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The Next Reformation: Why Evangelicals Must Embrace Postmodernity. By Carl Raschke

The Next Reformation: Why Evangelicals Must Embrace Postmodernity.By Carl Raschke. 272 pages. In The Next Reformation, philosopher Carl Ra…

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2 Jun 12, 2011
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Christiany and the Postmodern Turn, Edited by Mryon B. Penner

In Christianity and the Postmodern Turn, Myron B. Penner has brought together Christian philosophers and theologians R. Douglas Geivett, R.…

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1 Dec 20, 2009
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A Primer on Postmodernism by Stanley Grenz

In the classic work A Primer on Postmodernism, Stanley Grenz gives a concise yet remarkably thorough examination of postmodernism, includi…

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0 Nov 4, 2009

Who's Afraid of Postmodernism? By James Smith.

In Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism, James Smith states his belief that cultural phenomena tend to be shaped by philosophical underpinnings.…

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0 Oct 5, 2009

How (Not) to Speak About God. By Peter Rollins

Peter’s Rollins’ work, How (Not) To Speak About God, is divided into two sections. In the first section, Rollins explains many of the theo…

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0 Oct 5, 2009

A New Kind of Christian. By Brian McLaren

In A New Kind of Christian, Brian McLaren writes a “philosophical dialogue” in the form of a work of fiction. In this work, the character…

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0 Oct 5, 2009

In Truth and the New Kind of Christan. By Scott Smith

In Truth and the New Kind of Christan, Scott Smith gives a sustained response to both postmodernism and the emerging church movement. His…

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0 Oct 5, 2009

Postmodernism 101. By Heath White

In Postmodernism 101, Heath White presents a simplified, easily understandable introduction to postmodernism, primarily by contrasting pre…

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0 Oct 5, 2009

Post-Christendom. By Stuart Murray.

In Post-Christendom, Stuart Murray surveys the history of Christendom from its inception to its recent demise. Many currently moan Christe…

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0 Oct 5, 2009

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sgranberg replied to James Nored's discussion If Your Sermon Does Not Contain These TWO things, It Will Fall Flat in the group Preaching to Postmoderns
"Passion, could another word be "conviction?" In the skepticism of saturated advertising and low commitment personal conviction stands out. When stories are connected into that personal conviction the POP is evident."
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Preaching to Postmoderns

This is a website for learning and sharing best practices for preaching and communicating to "postmoderns"--that is, to people of today's culture. Please join in the discussion, post thoughts, etc. You can also join in at the website dedicated to this topic at www.PreachingtoPostmoderns.com.See More
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sgranberg replied to James Nored's discussion How to Structure Your Sermons to Naturally Draw People In & Make Them Memorable (from Andy Stanley) in the group Preaching to Postmoderns
"Stanley's memorable litany is a great way to structure a sermon. In Stanley's article he talks about making as many connection points with as many different types of people and life contexts as possible to raise people's interest and…"
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