The WRS Journal — Volume 6:2

(August, 1999)

“Postmodernism’s Assault on Absolute Truth”

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Editor’s Notes (inside cover)

Editor’s Notes by Leonard W. Pine

Keynote (pages 1-4)

The Postmodern Opiate of the People by Dr. Edward Oliver, Professor of Philosophy, Clearwater Christian College, Clearwater, FL

Exegesis (pages 5-15)

Without Law, ‘Without Hope, Without God. . .’ by Rev. Christopher Lensch, Associate Professor of Old Testament

What is Truth? by Rev. Tito Lyro, Adjunct Instructor in Theology and Bible

Paul’s Dialogue with the Areopagus in Acts 17:16-34 by Rev. David Ribeiro, Pastor, Bible Presbyterian Church, Marcus Hook, PA

Philosophy (pages 16-23)

Biblical Epistemology by Rev. Ed Crawford (Pastor) and Elder Dan Ghormley, Evergreen Bible Presbyterian Church, Puyallup, WA

Practicum (pages 24-34)

Postmodernism’s Assault on Theology by Dr. John Battle, Professor of New Testament and Theology

Postmodern Worship: Declaring Whose Worth? by Rev. G. W. Fisher, Pastor, Bible Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, TN

Perspective (pages 35-37)

Anchored in Reality by Deacon Charles Felss, Grace Bible Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, OH

Books (pages 38-39)

David Larsen, The Art of Narrative Preaching, reviewed by Rev. Leonard Pine, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology

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