Veith, Gene Edward, Jr. Postmodern Times. A Christian Guide to Contemporary Thought and Culture. (Wheaton, IL.: Crossway Books, 1994). A Prof. of English at Concordia University-Wisconsin, Dr. Veith characterizes postmodern culture as cynical, subjective, irrational, tribal, relativistic, and revolutionary, and indicates sobering parallels with the social milieu which led to fascism in the 1930s. He predicts the increasing "ghettoization of Christianity, as Christians are excluded from "secular arenas" (p. 148); warns of increasing persecution, much as the early Christians faced in the Roman Empire (pp. 223; 230); and calls for a revival of "confessionalism" in the church, "taking sin seriously," "basing belief… on revelation," rediscovering "traditions," and emphasizing absolutes of "truth and morality" (pp. 216-231).

Vitz, Paul C. Psychology as Religion: The Cult of Self-Worship (Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1977).