Postmodernism has often been excoriated in Christian circles for its departure from commonly recognized principles of truth seeking. How can we, as educators, help students grapple wisely with this pervasive worldview in the context of encouraging a biblical and vibrant development of their faith? Are there components within postmodernism that might help inform students’ faith development? This article will examine social constructionism, a variant of postmodernism, from the lens of Christian faith and spirituality, and will attempt to answer some of those questions.
"Through a Mirror Dimly: Social Constructionism Through the Lens of Faith,"
Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development: Vol. 3:
3, Article 6.
Available at: https://pillars.taylor.edu/acsd_growth/vol3/iss3/6
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