Postmodernity: Christian Identity in a Fragmented Age
More than a guidebook to the postmodernity debate, Lakeland's volume clarifies the impulses and critical impetus behind the cultural, intellectual, and scientific expressions of postmodern thought. He goes on to identify the import and issues it presents for religion and for areas of Christian theology. Concentrating on God, Church, and Christ, Lakeland outlines the church's mission to the postmodern world, including a constructive theological apologetics.
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