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The book is a brief readable scholarly treatment of the postmodern philosophy, on the one hand, and the biblical worldview on the other. It is written in a style that can be easily understood. It is amazingly comprehensive for its size.
In the book, Gordon lays open the postmodern philosophy to a culture that opposes the existence of God. The book speaks of some of the contemporary subject matters of our time existing under the umbrella of postmodernism. It then engages in a theological dialogue with the usage of extensive quotations of the self-authenticating assertions of Scripture as evidences for the supremacy of the biblical worldview over against the postmodern philosophy. The book presents the Bible—God’s revealed standards for humanity as being far superior to postmodern attitudes and practices. The book encourages clear, plain, and open trust in Scripture.
The drive of the book is to present the biblical worldview as far superior to the postmodern philosophy. The book traces the historical development of postmodernism to current trends of postmodern liberal thoughts, culturally superimposed on the society.
The main purpose of the book is a worthy one to bridge the gap between regular church Bible studies and seminary training as it pertains to the biblical worldview and the postmodern philosophy. The book also brings understanding to the necessity and significance of esteeming the Bible as the inspired, infallible, unshakable, and unmovable Word of God—given to mankind for life and conduct.
Gordon wrote this book out of a concern for society’s decline in morality and the seemingly intentional decline in focus on the God of the Bible. He hopes someone will read it and turn away from postmodernism to the God of the Bible. He hopes that this book can be beneficial to both teachers and students of the biblical worldview.
Lastly, the book stands justifiable on its own merit that every Christian believer should have a copy in his or her library.