Tagged: postmodern

No. 10: Renewing Minds 0

No. 10: Renewing Minds

This book, a required text for one of my classes, did not impress. Despite the glowing remarks on the cover, I didn’t find it particularly inspiring, enlightening, or forward thinking. There is definitely some valuable content, but most of it...

Is postmodernism developed enough to be defined? 3

Is postmodernism developed enough to be defined?

“Postmodern” is becoming the “Attica” of an entire generation. Rather than a statement about excessive police force, it is the cry of a generation that feels it has been oppressed by the assumptions and worldview of its forebears. The language...

Four Views on Salvation: John Hick 2

Four Views on Salvation: John Hick

I’ve been reading a few books lately. I’m a bit ADD, so it helps if I can switch books if I get antsy about the subject matter. I’ve been deep into physics and cosmology and philosophy with Case for a Creator, so I decided to change up and take on the next quarter of Four Views,.

The first chapter was John Hick’s position of pluralism: all “ethical” religions lead to God (air-quotes mine).