I tend to suspect that this article reaches a bit beyond my qualifications as a writer, but as it was written mostly stream of consciousness, I think it greatly reflects many of my personal beliefs. That said, it’s a bit different from my normal writings and thus a little bit more interesting (or at least it seems to me).
*Note: This article has been written in such a way to be completely SPOILER-FREE. Read without fear of spoilers!*
Christianity has, in the past few decades, had a confusing relationship with the post-modern movement and its refutation of objectivity. On one hand, many Christians agree with post-modernism’s skepticism of modern culture, skepticism of everything really, and acknowledge the possibility of many different existences or ideas. However, on the other hand, many Christians simultaneously disagree with these same notions that nix the possibility of one true objective belief and one true objective God. A sticky situation (and one that I’m sure most post-modernists would love to discuss for that reason!).
My goal here today is not to sway you one way or the other, but rather to reflect some of my appreciation for the healthy dose of skepticism and reliance upon symbolism and metaphor that post-modernism has either caused, or at…
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