wonderful quotes and observations, such as
The New York Post
columnist Ray Kerrison said this about her [Madonna]:
She will do anything, say anything, wear anything, mock anything,
degrade anything to draw attention to herself and make a buck. She
is the quintessential symbol of the age; self indulgent, sacrilegious,
.... In postmodern society
any authority, any framework, any dogma, that claims a base in absolutes
is automatically subject to ridicule and subversion.
.... She [Madonna] has said:
Sometimes I feel guilty
because I like travel through people. ...You take what you can and
then move on.
Nietzsche said God is dead,
we only have ourselves. The result has been the steady disintegration
of Truth, the fragmentation of our Culture into the meaninglessness
of postmodernism, and ultimately the loss of our very selves.
But God is not dead. He
is alive and he has revealed himself in Jesus Christ. Christianity
is not a Philosophy, a clever metaphysical framework designed by people
to explain the unknown.
Christianity is not even
a Religion, an intricate system of rituals developed to give emotional
comfort. Christianity is Historical Truth. In the Bible God has spoken
an objective Word. In Jesus, God has entered history. A concrete event
in Time and Space.
Postmodernism is about Images.
Christianity is about Reality...