For the past 30 years, Christians have written about and discussed postmodernism. The topic is a favorite among scholars and students, who have enjoyed endless debates on the impact of postmodernism and who have speculated what the Church’s proper response should be to the West’s dominant worldview. This article urges the reader to recognize postmodernism’s demise, and to start thinking about the Church’s response to the next dominant worldview: Neo-realism. Could it be that God has brought the greater culture through the emptiness of postmodernism so that they will be ready to hear the truth of the Gospel as they turn back to realism?
Sieberhagen, T. W. (2015). After Postmodernism. Great Commission Research Journal, 7(1), 6-13. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol7/iss1/2