I have recently posted this short item at Sycamore Three:
In this post, I departed a little from my usual tone of voice in discussing a topic, where I try to make a case for what I am saying; in this case, since I am attacking an idea, or a complex of ideas, I write more like the foreman of a jury, or a judge, rendering a verdict — the evidence having already having been presented elsewhere, the reasonable doubts having already been considered, and the time for a judgment having come. My verdict is against Modernism, and I commend, with one cheer, the Post Modernists for having done one thing right — they have testified against Modernism, which I hold to be guilty of many of our current ills.
On the other hand, “Post Modernism” is usually considered very uncongenial to what is often held to be a “Christian world view.”
I welcome any commentary here, and the development of ideas and counter ideas. It may be that there are “fifty righteous” in the City of Modernism — or even forty-five, as Abraham hoped — and the City should be spared for their sake.
Thanks in advance for any participation in this discussion.