Being Holy is Being Christlike: To What Extent is This a Definable and Useful Model in an Australian Context?

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"There seems to be a general agreement that we are living in a time of transition between two competing worldviews: modernity and postmodernity. The exact nature of each of these worldviews and the extent/permanence of the “paradigm shift” is much debated in current scholarship. It is not intended here to examine postmodernism as a philosophical framework or to enter into the debate as to the extent of its influence in academia. The concern in this paper is to focus on its impact as a cultural phenomenon in the lives of ordinary Australians. In this context, the cultural shift is also aligned with the reality of a post-Christian society. There is no intention to investigate either phenomenon exhaustively but simply to make some general comments in order to provide a setting for a discussion on the challenge of articulating the doctrine of holiness in Australia today."

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