Interpreting God and the postmodern self: on meaning, manipulation, and promise

Grand Rapids, Mich.: W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co. (1995)
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Abstract

Professor Thiselton compares and assesses modern and postmodern interpretations of the self and society on their own terms and in relation to Christian theology. He explores especially claims that appeals to truth constitute no more than disguised bids for power and self-affirmation whether in society or in religion.

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