Post-Modernism Bibliography

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  • Borgmann, A. (2003). Power failure: Christianity in the culture of technology.
  • Brauckham, R. (2003). Bible and mission: Christian witness in a postmodern world.
  • Caputo, J. (2007). What would Jesus deconstruct?: The good news of postmodernism for the church
  • Carson, D.A. (Ed.). Telling the truth: Evangelizing postmoderns.
  • Collins, J and Maybill, B. (2005). Introducing Derrida.
  • Condor, T. (2006). The church in transition: The journey of existing churches into the emerging culture.
  • Deitweiler, C. & Taylor, B. (2003). A matrix of meanings: Finding God in pop culture.
  • Dockery, D. (2001). The challenge of postmodernism: An evangelical engagement.
  • Driscoll, M. (2004). The radical reformission: Reaching out without selling out.
  • Erickson, M. (2004). Reclaiming the center: confronting evangelical accommodation in postmodern times.
  • Erickson, M. (1998). Postmodernizing the faith: Evangelical responses to the challenge of postmodernism.
  • Frost, M. (2006). Exiles: Living missionally in a post-Christian culture.
  • Frost, M. and Hirsch, M. (2003). The shaping of things to come: Innovation and mission for the 21st century church.
  • Gibbs, E. and Bolger, R. (2005). Emerging churches: Creating Christian community in postmodern cultures.
  • Grenz, S. (1996). A Primer on Postmodernism.
  • Grenz, S. (2006). Renewing the Center: Evangelical theology in a post-theological era.
  • Grenz, S and Franke, J. (2001). Beyond foundationalism.
  • Hiebert, P. (2008). Transforming worldviews: An anthropological understanding.
  • Horrocks, C and Jevtic, Z. (2009). Introducing Foucault: A graphic guide.
  • Johnston, G.(2001). Preaching to a postmodern world: A guide to reaching twenty-first-century listeners.
  • Jones, T. (2001). Postmodern youth ministry.
  • Kimball, D. (2007). They like Jesus but not the church.
  • Kinnamon, D. (2007). UnChristian: what a new generation really thinks about Christianity.
  • Lakeland, P. (1997). Postmodernity: Christian identity in a fragmented age.
  • Laurence, G and Laurence, P. (2008). Introducing Nietzche: A graphic guide
  • Lindbeck, G. (1984) The nature of doctrine: Religion and theology in a postliberal age
  • Marsden, G. (Ed.). (1984). Evangelicalism and modern America.
  • Marsden, G. (2006). Fundamentalism and American culture.
  • Marsden, G. (1991). Understanding fundamentalism and evangelicalism.
  • McDowell, J. (1999).The new evidence that demands a verdict.
  • McEntryre, M. (2009). Caring for words in a culture of lies.
  • Miller, R. (2004). The millennium matrix: Reclaiming the past, reframing the future of the church.
  • Mohler, R. (2008). Engaging current issues in timeless truth.
  • Mueller, W. (2006). Engaging the soul of postmodern youth: Building teen worldviews and Christian truth.
  • Oden, T. (1990).Agenda for theology: After modernity…what?
  • Palmer. D. (1997). Structuralism and structuralism for beginners.
  • Riebock, J. (2009). MYgeneration: A real journey of change of hope.
  • Roxburgh, A. (2010). A new kind of Christianity: Ten questions that are transforming the faith.
  • Smith, C. (2009). Souls in transition: The religious and spiritual lives of emerging adults.
  • Smith, J. (2006). Who’s afraid of postmodernism? Taking Derrida, Lyotard, and Foucault to church.
  • Tickle, P. (2008). The great emergence: How Christianity is changing and why.
  • Turner, M. (2004). Coffeehouse gospel.
  • Veith, G. (1994). Postmodern times: A Christian guide to contemporary thought and culture.
  • Webber, R. (2002). The younger evangelicals.

3 thoughts on “Post-Modernism Bibliography”

  1. Johne635 said:

    As a Newbie, I am continuously searching online for articles that can aid me. Thank you

  2. Glad you found it helpful. My blog stores my bibliography and glossary entries as reference sources. I used most of the post-modernism books in research for seminary classes. Watch for periodic updates to this page and others. Thanks, Jan Paron

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