Would you teach a class on postmodernism at your church?
What would you hope to come of it?
I've had a hankering to do so, but I don't know if I want to other than for my own benefit. Is this something that would benefit the church? Is there some value for it? I am torn because we are not really and evangelical church and yet we are not that Biblically literate, either. So for many people, their worldview is rather traditional though our church is not. If I did it I would probably follow Smith's "Who's Afraid of Postmodernism" as a kind of outline - concise and closer to where people are at. My goal would probably be to help people see the contingent nature of every view; a kind of epistemological crowbar, and how Jesus is our anchor.
Have you or your church done something like this before? Would it just be better to do an in depth study of something like Ephesians? What do you think?