I am a member of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (their website--which has not been updated in over a year, can be found here). Each year our annual conference is held in conjunction with the big Evangelical Theological Society conference. This year's conference should be exciting because of the resignation of ETS President, Frank Beckwith (also an EPS member), due to his joining the Catholic Church. My blog entry about this here.
As an extension of the ministry of EPS, William Lane Craig (Wikipedia article here) organizes an apologetics training conference each year around the time of the annual shindig. This year we're in San Diego, and I'll be speaking at the apologetics conference on the topic of postmodernism. It is something that I taught a class on a few years ago (and did some seminars). But I fear that with the pace of change these days, I'm already out of the loop. I would appreciate any books or resources any of you out there could point me too that would get me up to speed.
What's the BUZZ on postmodernism?
Thanks in advance.