The Death of Truth

Dennis McCallum – General Editor
Baker Book Publishers
ISBN 1-55661-724-0

Christianity and Christian ethics are under attack as never before. But so often, we are like a blind-folded child in a party game: we know someone is hitting us, but we don’t understand who, why, or the nature of the attack. This book is probably the best available for explaining ‘postmodernism’. Don’t be put off by this technical term! It really just means ‘mood of the age’. The book is very readable, yet analizes clearly the scary progress of the world’s agenda. Postmodernism, the guiding spirit of our times, teaches that things like reason and rationality are cultural biases, and that truth, especially God’s truth, doesn𔄋t exist. This book shows how Christians can serve and love effectively in a culture that is witnessing the death of truth. Their site also offers streamed audio presentations.

Zenos Fellowship distribute the book, and also offer a related study guide, CD, tapes, and online RealAudio presentations. Their price for purchase and shipping outside US is often cheaper than buying from a local retailer or online store.

Available online: International – from Zenos Fellowship, may be cheaper | ChristianBooks | Amazon US India | Borrow

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