Meltdown: Making Sense of a Culture in Crisis

Meltdown: Making Sense of a Culture in Crisis

By: Marcus Honeysett (author)Paperback

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Our fast-changing culture is a haven for a vast array of beliefs and theories, opinions and lifestyle choices. Common to all this diversity, argues Marcus Honeysett, is a rejection of the received wisdom about who we are and what kind of world we live in--wisdom revealed through God's Word. Our culture is in a state of meltdown because we have disposed of truth in order to live without God. This engaging, understandable book works through the philosophical underpinnings of our culture in a case-study format, and provides clear thinking for Christians combatting its challenges. It brings the otherwise abstract ideas of postmodernity into practical, everyday situations and offers a solid basis on which Christians can make informed, biblical decisions. "This book stands out . . . Marcus Honeysett presents his case with straightforward resolve and plain speech." --D. A. Carson, author of The Gagging of God Written with depth, breadth, and extraordinary readability Each chapter includes thought-provoking questions for group discussion Works each real-life situation through a grid of theory and practice

About Author

Marcus Honeysett is a team leader for the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship in the London area. He has studied English, theater, postmodern culture, and contemporary theory. His interests include skiing, music, reading, and computer games.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780825427800
  • Format: Paperback, Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 231
  • ID: 9780825427800
  • weight: 249
  • ISBN10: 0825427800

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