How do postmodernist and social constructionist values clash/mesh with Christian

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How do postmodernist and social constructionist values clash/mesh with Christian beliefs?  I would like a detailed answer please

Oct 1st, 2015

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It is true that postmodernist and social constructionists values clash/mesh with Christians. The main way in which this happens is that both of these group do not fully accept transcendence. All Christians hold a believe in the existence of transcendence especially in consciousness, something which constructionists highly disregard. Generally, postmodernists seek to question or even reject the intrinsic notion held so dear by Christians. In this case, they do not accept the idea of a reality which is see to be dominant but would always believe that there is another for of truth. Thus, postmodernists do reject the idea that there is totality of all different ways. 

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