So . . . I am doing some writing and am trying to come up with some of the most widely held assumptions, critiques, myths, understandings about the Postmodern and Emergent church culture. I am especially interesting in hearing from those who would consider themselves highly critical/suspicious of this "movement." — Don’t worry we can still be friends 😉 If you are Presbyterian, please let me know as I am trying to frame some responses to my PC(USA) familia as well as some larger audiences.
So far I have . . .
- The Postmodern church is not interested in the TRUTH of God.
- One can BECOME a Postmodern;
- Postmodern = generational;
- Postmodern church = church growth fad;
- Postmodernism is a rejection of all things traditional;
- Postmodern can be defined.
- Postmodern = method;
- Postmodernism is just repackaging old ritual
- The Postmodern discourse is just the playground of elite, white, male, conservative zealots;
Other assumptions, critiques, etc. that you hold or that you have heard?
Thanks in advance!