Ships Passing in the Night: Bible Translation and the Evangelical Church

Wednesday, 01 May 2019

When it comes to Western Protestantism, there are usually a lot of plates spinning. If Zygmunt Bauman is correct (and I think he is), we are living in a “liquid-modern” rather than “postmodern” age. Rapid change is Western society’s only real constant. Despite postmodernist boasts to the contrary, we are still in the grip of modernism—but of a modernism that moves much faster, seeking freedom from anything that slows it down. It is the age of fads, of the star for a day. That background plays a tremendous role in how evangelicalism continues to change. ...

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