Comparing Postmodernism, Modernism, and Theism

Subject Modernism Postmodernism Biblical (theism)
Human Nature Humans are, purely material machines. We live in a purely physical world.  By nature, man is good. Can't really address whether man is good or evil by nature, since those are arbitrary and relative terms.. Humans are the only beings on earth created in the image of God. They are spiritual and material.  Man's nature, since the Fall, has the propensity towards sin and evil.  
Free Will (autonomy) Humans are self-governing and free to choose their own direction People are the product of their culture and only imagine they are self-governing. Human free will has been drastically diminished by a moral fall from grace, but they are still responsible for the use of their remaining free will. .
View of Reason People should be "rationalistic optimists." They should depend only on the data of their senses and reason. There is no such thing as objective rationality (i.e., reason unaffected by bias) in the sense modernists use the term. Rationalism is a myth. Reason is necessary but not sufficient for understanding reality. Reason can disclose truth about reality, but faith and revelation are needed in addition.
God and Religion Belief in God, having no objective support is to be rejected.  Or, at the least, excluded from scientific, political, and educational mediums.   Since it is impossible to call any belief right or wrong, they are all equally valid.  Myths of ancient Egypt are just as valid as biblical "myths". God has revealed Himself in history, and we are obligated to respond.  Religions that contradict God's revelation are false.  
View of Progress Humankind is progressing by using science and reason. "Progress" is a code word used by modernists