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What Is My Postmodern Neighbor Thinking?

Post-modernism has been a growing trend in today's cultural ethos, both in universities and academic circles, and our day-to-day lives. But what this growing trend actually means is not as clear. In this first part of the series on "Apologetic Evangelism with Postmodern People", Jerram Barrs shares about the post-modern mindset and what characterizes it.

This resource is part of a series on Apologetic Evangelism with Postmodern People. Click here to listen to the full series

Jerram Barrs

Jerram Barrs, Professor, is the founder, Senior Scholar-in-Resident and Chair of Apologetics at the Francis Schaeffer Institute at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He teaches apologetics and outreach, among other subjects, as Professor of Christianity and Contemporary Culture at Covenant. His publications include Being Human, Shepherds and Sheep, Who Are the Peacemakers?, The Great Rescue, The Heart of Evangelism, Through His Eyes, Learning Evangelism from Jesus, The Heart of Prayer, and Echoes of Eden, as well as the video series Building Up Bridges, Breaking Down Walls. Upon his return to St. Louis, Barrs helped to plant a PCA church in the city.


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