I'm sure I've learned something along the way. Bet there's a lesson in there....somewhere.
All I know is that I'm thankful to that things seem to be calming down an eensie bit so I can perhaps think and blog and pray a bit more. (Okay, I've been praying A LOT over the past few months!)
Someone emailed this to me, and I wanted to get your opinion:
"One of my observations about a postmodernism worldview is that it's reliance on inward validation (it's true because I believe it to be true) as opposed to outward validation (it's true because it corresponds to known facts) enables one to insert into that worldview whatever ideology they like, kind of a convenient coincidence."
What do you think of this observation? Do you agree or disagree? How does this impact the way we do theology and biblical criticism? Discuss....