Postmodernism has been defined as a philosophy that “has at its heart a general distrust of grand theories and ideologies,” according to one source.
That is true, but there is more to it than that. Postmodernism has at its heart the intense disdain and dislike for the existence of objective truth. More than anything else, postmodernism is very closely related to humanism. Continue reading “Is there an objective truth?”
The editor chimes in on a number of subjects, including human commemorative dates, books, politics, and evangelism. Continue reading Sundry thoughts
In recent times, out of necessity, Christians have had to emphasize the steps to salvation, and great good has been done through studies about faith, repentance, baptism, and obedience. This emphasis has been due to the false teachings about how we ought to respond to the grace of God.
At the same time, great benefit will accrue to those who study the wonderful concepts of salvation.
Terms like redemption, justification, reconciliation, sanctification, atonement, and others hold great truths and powerful images for our understanding and appreciation of what God accomplished at the Cross of Christ. Continue reading “The great explanation”