- No right or wrong religions
- After having rejected all claims of 'absolute truth' post modernists would then argue that there can therefore be no 'right' or 'wrong' religions
- Therefore if there is a rejection of absolute truth, there must also be a rejection of all individuals claim to truth.
- OS Guinness: "There is no truth; only truths. There is no grand reason; only reasons"
- Derrida argued that "Deconstruction is not an enclosure in nothingness but an openness to the other"
- Post modernism frees people from having to conform to religious or atheistic beliefs
- At the heart of Postmodernism lays a genuine agnosticism about the whole thing
- John Caputp adopts in his book 'religion without religion' For Caputo, 'true religion' refers to the virtue of being truly religious