Nietzsche, Postmodernism and Evangelical Christianity: Is Postmodernism Inescapably Nietzschean?

Nietzsche, Postmodernism and Evangelical Christianity: Is Postmodernism Inescapably Nietzschean?
Part 26 of a 27 part series.
Organization: ETSe 2007
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Is the emergent church movement inescapably Nietzschean?  Timothy Yoder provides a cautious comparison between the philosophical views of Fredick Nietzsche and the contemporary Christian embrace of postmodernism.  Particularly, Yoder is concerned with emergent church's resonance with Nietzsche's perspectivism and the larger deconstructionist project.  While this embrace may not open this church movement to the whole of Nietzache's iconoclastic agenda, it will threat the objective reality of the Gospel community and it's precious message. 

 

A Session from The Evangelical Theological Society Eastern Region meeting, held March 23, 2007, featuring Dr. Alan Roxburgh, Dr. Stephen Nichols, and Dr. Kent Berghuis. Theme: "Postmodernism, the emerging church and evangelicalism." Date: Friday, March 23, 2007 at Biblical Theological Seminary, Hatfield, PA.

Timothy Yoder (Cairn University) served as a Presenter at the Evangelical Theological Society Meeting in San Antonio, TX (2016), in the section addressing Christian Ethics . The theme of the 2016 ETS conference was the Trinity.

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