Despite the critiques of secular postmodernism, orthodox Christian doctrine is on the rise in many Western cities. In these volumes, Christian philosopher James K.A. Smith intelligently outlines the appeal of the theology of Calvin and the historic Christian faith in our time. Who’s Afraid of Moral Relativism? creatively addresses the challenge of moral relativism through a study of pragmatist thinkers. And Letters to a Young Calvinist frees the world-shaking implications of the Reformation from the narrow debates over predestination, as Smith adopts a pastoral tone in a series of messages to young “New Reformed” Christians. A writer of substance and sensitivity, Smith keenly addresses the Church’s twenty-first century obstacles without compromising foundational beliefs.
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James K.A. Smith is professor of philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he also holds the Gary and Henrietta Byker Chair in Applied Reformed Theology and Worldview. He is the editor of Comment magazine. Smith has authored or edited many books, including Imagining the Kingdom and the Christianity Today Book Award winners Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism? and Desiring the Kingdom. He is also editor of the Church and Postmodern Culture series.