Tag Archive: Postmodernism

Devotion – Proverbs 24
Posted September 22nd, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

Read all of Proverbs 24, the focus of the devotion is on Proverb s 24:23-26 We live in a time where the dominant philosophy has been called Postmodernism.  The basic teaching of this generation is that there is no absolute truth.  What is right for one person, may not be right for another person.  There […]

What I think about Postmodernism – Part 2
Posted May 16th, 2007 by Ben Lancaster

It’s hard to know exactly which topic to start this blog series with, so I thought I’d go with the most universal, holistic vs. linear thinking. Let’s start with a quote about my generation: “A generation raised on channel-surfing has lost the capacity for linear thinking and analytical reasoning.” — Chuck Colson, Christian writer, chief […]

What I think about Postmodernism – Part 1
Posted May 8th, 2007 by Ben Lancaster

It’s often hard to tell what’s going on when you’re in the middle of it. After all, what did Gutenberg think when he printed the first page of the Bible? Did he know that simple machine would spark the Renaissance? Did he know that literacy would quadruple as people tried to get their hands on […]