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Posted September 28, 2013
Excellent quick-take on postmodernism
It seems that the other reviewers here are unwittingly infected with the postmodern virus Mohler describes in this book. He quotes D. A. Carson: "The postmodern ethos tends to be anti-absolutist, suspicious of truth claims, and wide open to relativism." Spot on. Now go and read the other reviews here. You'll see what I mean. Really, the book is easily grasped, and a quick study on a now huge problem in both the culture and the infected church. You want heady stuff: go for Carson's Becoming Conversant With the Emerging Churh or Well's Whatever Happened to the Truth.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.