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The Supremacy of Christ in a Postmodern World by John      Piper
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really liked it

Great summary of that DG conference. Each speaker has their own view but I continually found myself challenged too share the Gospel on the home front. A big reminder that personal testimony paired with Scripture is probably the best postmodern witnessing tool.

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Reading Progress

April 6, 2013 – Shelved
January 17, 2014 – Started Reading
January 24, 2014 –
page 50
26.18% "Polysyllabic worldview analysis using kairos Greek to illustrate concepts. Haven't thought this hard since college!"
January 28, 2014 –
page 71
37.17% "Colloquial exposition of life's greatest questions contrasting with the simplified postmodern worldview. A very short read."
January 29, 2014 –
page 84
43.98% "Classic Piper contrasting love and duty and the joy therein. His antagonist this time is the rootless emergent church movement which forsakes doctrine in favor of non-offensive relationship."
February 1, 2014 –
page 102
53.4% "Carson's section is a review of intra-Trinitarian love. Again, not an easy read but he is able to unpack nuances of Jesus' dialogues fro John which I hadn't previously noticed."
February 18, 2014 –
page 125
65.45% "Kelley's section is by far the most practical and challenging. My assumptions in communicating the Gospel are poor and I take so little action to be all that I'm called to be in Christ, in culture."
March 1, 2014 – Finished Reading

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