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Stephan van Erp, André Lascaris (Eds)
Who is Afraid of Postmodernism?
Challenging Theology for a Society in Search of Identity. With a Preface by Robert J. Schreiter
Reihe: Religion - Geschichte - Gesellschaft
Bd. 38, 2006, 120 S., 19.90 EUR, 19.90 CHF, br., ISBN 3-8258-8781-2
To the authors of this book, today's world is "postmodern". They see a fragmented world. It seems to have become implausible to find a common point of view, a unity in purpose or truth. Postmodernity challenges Christian faith, because it appears to go against the very grain of a sense of tradition, communion, and commitment. On the eve of his election pope Benedict XVI warned against the "dictatorship of relativism". Would it still be possible to find genuine Christian ways to live in postmodern times? This collection of essays by a group of Dutch theologians will stimulate the imagination of anyone who reads them.
Dr. Stephan van Erp (Tilburg 1966) was researcher of the Dominican Study Centre for Theology and Society. At present, he is head of the department for theology and medical sciences at the Heyendaal Institute in Nijmegen.
Dr. André Lascaris (Amsterdam 1939) is a Dominican and a staff member of the Dominican Study Centre for Theology and Society in Nijmegen.