2 edition of Patron saints for postmoderns found in the catalog.
Patron saints for postmoderns
Chris R. Armstrong
A professor of church history, Armstrong provides rich portraits of ten people from the past who: translated the gospel for their own times; broke down barriers; ministered out of the brokenness we all share; knew what it feels like to live on the margins; believed in the power of stories to bring transformation through Christ. --from publisher description
Includes bibliographical references (p. -249).
|Statement||Chris R. Armstrong.|
|LC Classifications||BR1700.3 .A76 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||2009021526|
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Chris R. Armstrong, author of Patron Saints for Postmoderns: Ten From the Past Who Speak to Our Future (InterVarsity Press, ) has, in a sense, taken on the role of a godparent by recording the stories of ten Christians whose lives speak wisdom to our postmodern age/5(6). Patron Saints for Postmoderns is both a treasure trove of valuable insight and a genuine joy to read." "The church in America has no lack of novelty.
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Chris R. Armstrong, author of Patron Saints for Postmoderns: Ten From the Past Who Speak to Our Future (InterVarsity Press, ) has, in a sense, taken on the role of a godparent by recording the stories of ten Christians whose lives speak wisdom to our postmodern age.
Our narrations are, by degrees of approximation, imitations of Christians and of Christ himself. It is a relief that Armstrong shares this wisdom without speaking academese. But, too often, he slips into the newspeak of PC box checking. His patron saints “learn diversity,” “break down barriers,”.
Chris Armstrong, Patron Saints for Postmoderns (IVP, ) NOTE WELL: BEFORE THE CLASS BEGINS, YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO READ PRIMARY-SOURCE MATERIAL ON FIVE OF THE TEN FIGURES IN THE COURSE, AND TO PRESENT AND LEAD DISCUSSION ON THOSE FIVE FIGURES.
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