Belonging vs. Believing: Postmodernism and Its Implications for Discipleship

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Postmodernism has many implications for how churches understand and approach discipleship. Using youth culture as a model, Dr. Jim Hampton explores how those who have a suspicion of authority and dogma might be included in the process of discipleship by allowing them to participate in community in significant ways.

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James Hampton is Professor of Youth Ministry at Asbury Theological Seminary. He formerly served as the chair of the Association of Youth Ministry Educators, a professional organization for those who teach youth ministry at the graduate or undergraduate level. He is an editor for the Journal of Youth and Theology. James and his wife, Carolyn, have two children.

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