The Matrix and Postmodernism our most popular article to date.
Sex and the Postmodern Man a revised edition of another popular article.
Current Issue --- May 2000
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Publisher's notes --- May 2000
This is the time of year for social outings. Graduations and Mother's
Day and Weddings.....People to honor and people to bless. This is an
especially big month for me since my youngest son has graduated from
college and my daughter is getting married this week. Even in the
postmodern world life has its milestones and high points...
This month's issue of Next-Wave is special for a number of reasons. I
owe a debt of gratitude to Timothy Lo, who has kindly provided a
re-design for Next-Wave. Please let me know how
you like our new look.
Then there are this month's articles:
Contributing editor, Eric
Stanford finds that the Bible has some "cool" literary
aspects. Rev. Susan Buchanan provides an excellent example of narrative
preaching with her sermon, My
Friend Jane. Jordon Cooper, a teaching pastor in a Modern Church,
talks about the relational
aspects of launching a "church within a church." Seminary
student Alex Forrest contemplates the unfashionability
of ethics in today's cultural context. We continue to reprise Dr.
Leonard Sweet's article about the millennium celebrations and Who
wants to be a Millionaire?
Kim Gentes, president of WorshipMusic.com, reviews
the latest release from PDI, Everlasting.