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Western evangelicalism and 'postmodernism'

I understand the normal apologetic narrative of evangelicalism’s standard engagement with contemporary culture, and by and large agree with it.

Letter from America Josh Moody

Typically, we are told, that we now live in an age where ‘modern’ scientific certainty has given way, or is in process of giving way, to more ‘postmodern’ relativistic assumptions about the meaning of life. Along with this shift, and at its root, is an epistemological issue, which impacts how our language, conversation, preaching, evangelism and truth claims are made, or heard to be made at the least.