Attempting a dialectical reconciliation of the concept truth in the objectivism of evangelical Christianity and the relativism of postmodernism : forum

@article{Foshaugen2009AttemptingAD,
  title={Attempting a dialectical reconciliation of the concept truth in the objectivism of evangelical Christianity and the relativism of postmodernism : forum},
  author={Edvard Kristian Foshaugen},
  journal={Acta Theologica},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={180-194}
}
  • E. Foshaugen
  • Published 14 December 2009
  • Philosophy
  • Acta Theologica
The Church faces a number of challenges concerning the sociological impact postmodernism is having on society. One significant area that has been profoundly disputed is the epistemological content of the concept of truth. Evangelical Christians believe in Objectivism: the conviction that there exists some ahistorical source, foundation or framework to which we can appeal to in determining the substance and nature of truth, knowledge, reality, right or wrong — and it is independent and external… 

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