Right Kind of Christianity: Answering Postmodernism’s Questions


Twelve contributors answer the questions that emerging-church proponents put forward in order to reconfigure Christianity. The questions are shown to be other than innocent, but rather an attempt to make the faith into the vision of postmodernism.

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Christians may feel confused by new approaches to Scripture, the faith, and the church. Where does these lead us? This book traces the end-game.

Non-Christians may wonder why even more divergent perspectives are appearing within Christendom. What’s it all about? Does any one of them capture the essence of the movement Jesus started?

One of the main figures in the emerging-church movement, greatly influenced by postmodernism, wrote a book with ten questions, in an attempt to reconfigure Christianity.

Twelve contributors answer those questions, plus two more, and provide clear biblical answers.

The contributors are Don Ruhl, Weylan Deaver, John Henson, Jeff A. Jenkins, Richard Mansel, Ron Thomas, Stephen Bradd, Bill Clary, Matthew K. Clifton, Philip Sanders, Roy Davison, and J. Randal Matheny.

Pages: 111

Editors: J. Randal Matheny and Barbara Ann Oliver

Features: Discussion questions for each chapter


  1. The Narrative Question
  2. The Authority Question
  3. The God Question
  4. The Jesus Question
  5. The Gospel Question
  6. The Church Question
  7. The Sex Question
  8. The Future Question
  9. The Pluralism Question
  10. The What-Do-We-Do-Now Question
  11. The Spirit Question
  12. The Mission/Purpose Question

Books by Barbara Ann OliverBarbara gave up a career as an investment banker for missions.

She has worked in Canada, India, and, most recently, Costa Rica.

Barbara is sponsored by the Winona MS church and works with World Evangelism.

Books by J. Randal MathenyRandal has lived in Brazil since 1984. He earned degrees in Bible, communication, and missiology. He is a church planter, evangelist, editor, and poet.

He and his wife Vicki have three children, two daughters-in-law, and six grandchildren.