"There are no absolutes...what's true for you is not necessarily true
-a post-modern thought
"So what happens when the group of people who've been reared on this kind
of post-modern thinking then become our surgeons, our bankers and accountants,
police officers and judges?"
-David Fletcher, Assoc. Professor of Philosophy/Wheaton
What is post-modernism? How has it affected our culture? How will it impact
our future? What is the role of the Christian church in a post-modern world? Does man
truly need God or is God merely a fairytale idea left-over from a past cultural
experiment? These questions are the launching point for Rebellion of Thought,
as filmmakers, The Brothers Williamson examine a new generation that refuse
to accept authority, code and convention. They probe the impact and consequences
of such thinking both for the church and society. So, in the midst of all this,
how do believers in Christ express their faith in a compelling, relevant way?
What does it mean to love your neighbor as yourself?
Parents, educators, small group leaders and Christian churches ignore the questions
raised in Rebellion of Thought at their own peril. Without this critical examination,
the result of post-modernism will bankrupt future generations in the years
Featuring these experts who take a critical look at the role of authentic
Christian faith in a post-modern culture:
Angus Menuge (Chair of Philosophy - Concordia University)
D.A. Carson (Prof. Of New Testament - Trinity Evangelical Divinity School)
Jim Spiegel (Professor of Philosophy - Taylor University)
Bruce Ellis Benson (Assoc. Prof. Of Philosophy - Wheaton College)
Gene Edward Veith, Jr. (Culture Editor - World Magazine)
They don't just dance around the edges of this mind-splitting phenomenon.
They ask the searing, heart-rendering questions and offer some thoughtful and
Raw, urgent music by a variety of Indie bands provides the musical context
for this video journey. Abby Someone, Inner Surge, Joniqa, Mixtapes for Girlfriends,
Stereovolt, West of Verona, Audrey Hatcher Woodams and others are featured,
with the entire video's soundtrack available separately on the DVD extras.