Garden Spot Village Invites Public to Discussion on Postmodernism

January 23, 2012

Two-part lecture to be held February 13 and February 20

NEW HOLLAND, Pa. — Jan. 23, 2012 — Garden Spot Village invites the public to a two-part lecture on “Finding Truth in Postmodernism” presented by Dr. Kenneth H. Miller, a professor of Christian theology at Evangelical Seminary in Myerstown.

“Dr. Miller’s discussion will provide a helpful focus for discerning truth in the midst of a postmodern culture,” said Chet Yoder, director of pastoral services at Garden Spot Village. “In an age where truth seems to be changing, and some say it’s irrelevant, how do we know truth?”

Dr. Miller came to Evangelical Seminary in 1993, after leading congregations in Pennsylvania and Illinois. He is a frequent speaker at Bible conferences and other venues, and his articles have appeared in The Evangelical Journal. His blog, “What’s the Story?” explores the idea that the bible provides a lens for interpreting what happens in the world in which we live. He holds a master’s of divinity from the Evangelical School of Theology and a doctorate from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

The two-part program is free and open to the general public. The lectures will be offered on consecutive Mondays, Feb. 13 and 20, at 7 p.m. in the chapel in the chapel at Garden Spot Village, 433 S. Kinzer Ave.

Garden Spot Village is home to all faiths and backgrounds. It is affiliated with the Lancaster Mennonite Conference of the Mennonite Church, the Atlantic Coast Conference of the Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Health Services. The community’s mission is “to enrich the lives of older adults as an expression of Christ’s love.” For more information, visit