In A Matrix of Meanings, Craig Detweiler and Barry Taylor talk about finding God in pop culture. They point out by looking at pop culture, we can find "a matrix of meanings" They say pop culture invites Christians to do serious theology. They believe we are living in a post-national, post-literal, post-scientific, post-rational, post-technological, post-racial, post-human, post-traumatic, post-therapeutic, post-sexual, post-institutional and post-Christian era. I know some experts feel we are already post-post, or even beyond the post. Detweiler and Taylor explain they don't mean science or technology are going to disappear, but "our assumptions and meanings of these concepts are being radically defined."
Here's my list of 10 "post" points on what ministry (pastoral care, spiritual formation, bearing one another's burdens) looks like in postmodernity. This post is for those in the emerging movement or for those who don't want labels but are engaged in ministry, in small churches, house churches, etc. I've attempted to follow a certain progression with this list. I don't believe there is a rigid boundary between psychology and spirituality. I believe, as a matter of fact, that psychological theories, in and of themselves have their own spiritualities, their own narratives.