Postmodernity: Christian Identity in a Fragmented Age

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Fortress Press, 2010 - Religion - 130 pages
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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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Contents

Postmodernity
1
The Postmodern Sensibility
8
Postmodern Thought
12
A Note
36
Religion
39
Decentering the Human Person
46
Christian Dwelling in a Decentered World
58
Decentering Christ?
76
A Postmodern Apologetics
87
The Relief of Anthropocentrism
93
Otherness and Difference
101
The Personhood of God
108
Notes
115
Glossary
124
Index
127
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