Help for Parents in a Postmodern Culture
We live in a postmodern culture. I know, I know. As Christians we cringe at the term “postmodern” because we associate it will relativistic morals (“There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’) and it bothers us . . . as it should. But it is the culture in which we live and we need to face that and deal with it the best we can. We need to do our best to raise our children to live in and rise above the culture of our day. And we need help. I need help. My wife needs help. We need help.
Mary DeMuth’s newest book, Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture is great place to start. Full of personal examples of raising her children in France, the mecca of postmodernism, Mary’s book is full great advice, godly wisdom, and much-needed encouragement.
We can raise our kids in a postmodern culture and we can train them to live in the world and not be of the world.