InterVarsity Press, 2003.
Softcover, 252 pages, $18.00. ISBN 0830827331
By: Robert C. Greer
By now we are all sick of the term “postmodernism,” but we dare not ignore its implications. Greer, who has served as both a pastor and missionary, helps us consider the nature of the shifts in thought produced by postmodernism, and he evaluates various approaches, as represented by four theologians: Francis Schaeffer, Karl Barth, John Hick, and George Lindbeck. A helpful guide in wading these murky waters.