We may now find ourselves in a context of withdrawal concerning the failure of modernism and its assurances of certainty, optimism, and progress. Yet, postmodernism has not fared much better, even in its rightful sweeping away of the illusions of the modernist dream. Problem is, postmodernism often leaves us with the opposite pole of modernism; uncertainty, pessimism, and circularity, which results in disappointment. Embracing the dirge of these two modes of thinking, seeing, living, and being opens up the possibility of hope as expressed in God’s promises and their motion towards a future that has every reason to have an impact on the present.
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