Meltdown: Making Sense of a Culture in Crisis
Our fast-changing culture is a haven for a vast array of beliefs and theories, opinions and lifestyle choices. Common to all this diversity, argues Marcus Honeysett, is a rejection of the received wisdom about who we are and what kind of world we live in—wisdom revealed through God’s Word. Our culture is in a state of meltdown because we have disposed of truth in order to live without God. This engaging, understandable book works through the philosophical underpinnings of our culture in a case-study format, and provides clear thinking for Christians combatting its challenges. It brings the otherwise abstract ideas of postmodernity into practical, everyday situations and offers a solid basis on which Christians can make informed, biblical decisions.
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