Throughout history there have surely been detractors of truth and objectivity in the Christian faith, presenting at times subtly and at others with a profound transparency. Today, this issue has become one in which subtlety reigns supreme. As society hurdles onward into the postmodern era there is a continuing problem which arises from that same postmodern worldview, wherein the culturally accepted "good" is in and the biblically based truth is out. It seems that the old adage, "in like sin," could not ring any more accurately than in this present age. So, in order to make this clear, the provided research serves to outline such a problem in succinct detail through examination of just what this postmodern mindset is - as it pertains to faith and belief; to analyze examples of how this view has skewed the inherent truths of God's word through exegetical and pastoral comparison; and, to demonstrate the inherent unity of God's word in refuting such erroneous skewing of the same, be it through clear articulation or implied naturally. Conclusively then, it will be evident that not only is there a problem with the postmodern mindset within the Christian church, but that there is likewise a solution to the same.
Ondo, Andrew J.
"The Scriptures and Culture: Examining the Skew of Postmodern Christianity,"
Diligence: Journal of the Liberty University Online Religion Capstone in Research and Scholarship: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/djrc/vol5/iss1/2