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Meltdown

Marcus Honeysett

Meltdown

Marcus Honeysett

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Our culture is a haven for a vast diversity of opinions, theories, and life-style choices. Honeysett takes us through the enormous upheavals of our culture, providing a reliable Christian response both in theory and in practical moral living.

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About "Meltdown"

Our culture is a haven for a vast diversity of opinions, theories, and life-style choices. Honeysett takes us through the enormous upheavals of our culture, providing a reliable Christian response both in theory and in practical moral living.
- Koorong

The absence of certainties in our prevailing culture is a haven for a diversity of views. This book provides a Christian response both in theory and in practical and moral living to the upheavals of our culture.
- Publisher

Our prevailing culture, with its absence of certainties, is a haven for a vast diversity of views and theories, opinions and life-style choices. Common to all this diversity is a rejection of the received wisdom on the past about who we are and what kind of world we live in. Marcus Honeysett takes us through the enormous upheavals of our culture, providing a reliable guide to a Christian response both in theory and in practical and moral living. Without such a response, he argues, we are condemned to be shaped by our world, rather than shaping it for Christ.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Marcus Honeysett

Marcus Honeysett is the Director of Living Leadership. He is passionate about training and sustaining biblical leaders for a lifetime of healthy ministry. He spent 13 years leading UCCF's student ministry in London before moving into pastoral work and training. He studied English and Theatre, and subsequently Postmodern Culture and Contemporary Theory.

He is the author of Finding Joy: A radical rediscovery of grace; Fruitful Leaders:...And How to Make, Grow, Love and Keep Them and Meltdown - Making Sense of a Culture in Crisis which was nominated for Christian Book of the Year in 2003. Marcus is married to Ros, a teacher, and together they enjoy entertaining, music, reading, skiing and golf.

Table Of Contents

  • Part 1 Specific Challenges, Specific Theories; Introduction; 1. The Disappearance Of Authority; 2. Absolute Truth And Revelation Are Unacceptable; 3. How Do We Know What Is Important? 4. What Does It Mean To Be A Person? 5. How Can We Know What Is Real? Part 2 Challenging A Changing Culture; Introduction To Part 2; 6. The Changing Culture And The Postmodern University; 7. Postmodern Christian Living 1 - Postmodern Bible Reading? 8. Postmodern Christian Living 2 - The Postmodern Church? 9. The Immorality Of Postmodernism; 10. Tv And Moral Collapse; 11. Conclusions: Proclaiming The Authentic Jesus

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Product Details

Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 175423
  • Product Code 085111492X
  • EAN 9780851114927
  • Pages 192
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Media/culture
  • Publisher Intervarsity Press Uk
  • Publication Date Feb 2002
  • Sales Rank #26147
  • Dimensions 198 x 126 x 18 mm
  • Weight 0.160kg

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