P 76 Postmodern Culture and Youth Discipleship: Commitment or Looking Cool? (1998)

The uncertainties of postmodernity and the rise of consumer culture - where choice determines personal identity - have combined to have a corrosive effect on the concept of commitment among young people.

This stimulating study looks at the shape of the young person’s world today, and what it means to bring the challenge of the cross to this world and exercise pastoral ministry among postmodern young people. It concludes with practical suggestions for fruitful pastoral strategies.
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Author: Rt Revd Graham Cray

Graham is Bishop of Maidstone. He was formerly Vicar of St Michael-le-Belfrey in York, and then Principal of Ridley Hall, Cambridge. He is chairman of the Soul Survivor Trust and chaired the working party which produced 'Mission-Shaped Church'.

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