Postmodernism is a form of intellectual pacifism…. It is the easy, cowardly way out that removes the pressure to engage alternative conceptual schemes, to be different, to risk ridicule, to take a stand outside the gate. But it is precisely as disciples of Christ, even more, as officers in His army, that the pacifist way out is simply not an option. However comforting it may be, postmodernism is the cure that kills the patient, the military strategy that concedes defeat before the first shot is fired…. And it is an immoral, coward’s way out that is not worthy of a movement born out of the martyr’s blood.
— J. P. Moreland, quoted in Ambassador’s Guide to Postmodernism by Greg Koukl, p. 58
Take the following text: “Kennedy was not a homosexual.” A postmodernist may respond in this way: Continue reading