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A Review of the Book “Pomo Timmy” by Michael Ferber 1 Timothy For a Postmodern World

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  • Publisher: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing (February 18, 2008)
  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1414110405
  • ISBN-13: 978-1414110400
  • Website: http://pomotimmy.com/

Book Description:
Who decides what’s right or wrong? Imagine a world where right and wrong or good and evil are determined by society–the majority dictates what is acceptable or unacceptable without regard to morality as spelled out in the Bible or any other religious text. Such a world could be closer than you think, because whether or not we understand postmodernism, it is upon us in this country and in the church, and it brings … continue reading...

Metanarrative: Apologetics in a PostModern Society that Demands Modernist Evidences

I posted a very quick blurb the other day about how I was going to start publishing some of my short stories on my blog. I didn’t elaborate much on it, but I used the word ‘metanarrative’ in the title. To my surprise, I received a fair amount of hits just from that brief mention. I have much to say about such issues in light of my interest in ‘literary apologetics’ but I was going to wait. I want people coming to this site in search of such themes to have some idea of where I’m coming from, so allow … continue reading...