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How then shall we live... after post-modernism?

Andrew Jones has an interesting perspective on the 2006 Desiring God Conference. He raises a good point that postmodernism is, at best, fast-fading. (To be replaced, as Tim Keller notes, by "who knows what" in academia.) This raises some very interesting issues about the "what's next?" Neither Jones nor Keller will give us many hints, although Keller does give an appetizer here.

Best Jones line about the DG Conference:

I think its a good move, even though its a decade too late. I kinda wish they were tackling something more immediate - like the "Supremacy of Christ in a COMPLEX world"...
Read why, here.

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