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|ISBN:||9781409406433 1409406431 140940644X 9781409406440|
|Description:||viii, 244 p. ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Contents: Introduction: the problem of naming; Part I Protest as Upheaval and Retrieval: Revolutions and ruins: the 1960s and the paradoxes of interpretation; The identity of crisis: postmodernity and the 1960s. Part II Protest and Irony: The stirrings of change: civil rights and the ideology of race; The critique of mass culture and the end of ideology; The ideology of gender and the rebirthing of feminism. Part III Hopeful Pessimists: The end of epistemology and the death of foundationalism; The death beyond the death of God: radical theology in the 1960s. Part IV Hesitant Radicals: A secular voice against secularity; Radical retrieval evangelicals and the story of the 1960s. Part V Conclusion: The migration of conviction: from protest to retrieval and back again; Bibliography; Index.|
|Responsibility:||Richard Lints ...|
'Richard Lints provides an illuminating account of the intellectual, cultural, and religious transformation of America in the 1960s. Lints's exposition is filled with keen insights concerning all