"I used to be a deluded, ignorant, and hateful Christian like you until I learned to be better than you!" This is the essence of personal testimonies (variously called "deconversion stories," "ex-timonies," or "anti-testimonies") given by people who claim to have de-converted in some way from orthodox, Evangelical Christianity.
The absurdities we see in the avant garde will eventually lead to serious social and religious consequences.
I wrote the following, satirical piece a few years ago while concentrating my studies on postmodernism.
We have in Christ and in His words, objective, absolute Truth which has a sure foundation and by which we can test all truth claims.
When Evangelicals use the phrase "true truth" or "truth is truth" they are defining the kind of truth they speak of because a counterfeit "truth" has become popular.
Sober-minded Christians are not so much concerned about how well they are liked as they are about rescuing the lost.
David Kowalski takes a look at the philosophical, cultural, and religious differences between modernism and postmodernism.
A chapter from his booklet, Absolutes or Not?