the ambivangelical: faith for postmoderns.

Most people, it would appear, have an opinion on our post-modern times. By and large, the postmodern is seen as lost in a sea of pluralism, and if the Christian faith is to have any relevance at all, needs to be “returned to the fold”.

But what happens when conscious, intentional postmoderns get “evangelical”? And I don’t mean in the Richard Dawkins anti-religious sense.

I became an adult under the influence of evangelical Christianity. Quite willingly – it was my idea, or at least my assent to someone else’s idea, and it was based on a primal epiphany. And as I re-evaluate my life and my choices, as we all should do, I see good and bad in what I took on.

Read on …