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The Post-Modern claim of “No Metanarratives”

A second claim of Post-Modernism is that there are no metanarratives or “big story” to explain all reality, whether the model is Creation or Evolution. Creation is discarded since God doesn’t exist, the assumption with which Post-Modernism begins. (Remember that all worldviews begin with an assumption: either God exists or He doesn’t.) In addition, the [&hellip

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The Post-Modern claim of “No Truth”

One Post-Modern claim would be the following: there is no truth, just interpretations by different people and cultures, and all are equally valid. Take the resurrection of Jesus as an example. In Post-Modern thought, the “Christian truth” is that Jesus rose from the dead, while in the “Muslim truth”, He didn’t even die on the [&hellip

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Truth through time

In what could be called the Pre-Modern era, or before the 1600’s, there was a strong belief in the supernatural, namely God. Furthermore, people viewed oral and written traditions, like the Bible, to have authority to explain all of reality. The Bible, for instance, gave us the explanation of where we came from, why we’re [&hellip

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Post-Modernism explained

You are free to believe what you want, but the real question would be, is it true? According to the American Heritage Dictionary, truth is defined as “conformity to knowledge, fact, actuality, or logic.” You could believe something, accepting it as true, genuine, or real, but that wouldn’t make it true. Take for example the idea [&hellip

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Do versus Done

While other religions exist on earth, none is more popular than Christianity. About one third of all humans are Christians. Yet something else is distinctive about the faith. In all other religions you “do” something for salvation. You must be good, keep enough laws, or satisfy certain requirements. The pressure of saving yourself is on [&hellip

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Eternal life through Christ

Listen to Jesus Himself deal with this issue of our destiny—what will happen when we die. In John 11:25-27, speaking to Martha at the grave of her brother Lazarus, Jesus said, “‘I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in [&hellip

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Our biggest fear

We’ve already seen that the Bible is a reliable document, accurately copied and transmitted through the centuries. Armed with this information, what can we know about that first Good Friday and Easter Sunday? Jesus did die; there is sufficient evidence for that both inside and outside of the Bible. Jesus’ tomb was indeed empty; His [&hellip

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“Hallucination” theory (Part 2)

Besides the fact that many people saw Jesus alive after the resurrection, there was physical interaction with Him. Thomas touched Jesus’ nail-pierced hands and spear-torn side in John 20:24-28. “Now Thomas (called Didymus), one of the Twelve, was not with the disciples when Jesus came. So the other disciples told him, ‘We have seen the [&hellip

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