What is postmodernism? by Elliot Villareal

What is postmodernism?

Any answer you give is a cultural construct supported by a group.  If you don’t like the answer, then go find another group.

Who is Jesus?

Any answer you give is a cultural construct supported by a group.  If you don’t like the answer, then go find another group.

What is the gospel?

Any answer you give is a cultural construct supported by a group.  If you don’t like the answer, then go find another group.

Is this how reformed theologians think?

Any answer you give is a cultural construct supported by a group.  If you don’t like the answer, then go find another group.

Can I know anything about God?

Any answer you give is a cultural construct supported by a group.  If you don’t like the answer, then go find another group.

Can I know anything about Jesus?

Any answer you give is a cultural construct supported by a group.  If you don’t like the answer, then go find another group.

Can I know anything about anything?

Any answer you give is a cultural construct supported by a group.  If you don’t like the answer, then go find another group. 

Note: A good friend of mine wrote this skit in reference to a conversation he had been involved in where  a group of theologians were discussing the question, “What is the Church?”  Based upon the answers he was hearing and the appeal to postmodern philosophy that was taking place, he thought it might be wise to understand the full impacts that such a philosophy has on the nature and meaning of salvation.  This would be a great skit.

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pastor of Hope in Christ Church, Bellingham, WA
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