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The shape of things to come?

We live in a postmodern age. I do not think this is a myth or a sociological invention. So many of the tendencies in evangelicalism today are explicable when seen against the background of this cultural megashift.

Jonathan Stephen


One of the primary marks of postmodernism is that human reason is no longer assumed to be able to answer every question and solve every problem. Classic humanism and modernism believed reason replaced God. You just wait long enough and have clever enough people and ultimately everything will be answered. Increasingly, we are not living in that age. Now rationalism, having failed, is giving way to irrationalism.