Dr. Matt Burford (and sometimes the TF Board) is here interviewing some of our favorite speakers, christians, skeptics, musicians, apologists, and theologians. This is not to exclude any philosophers, scientists, laymen, artist, creative directors, or everyone else. That’s right, we’re ready to talk to anyone about our christian faith and just how that integrates into our world views. And we are loving it. We hope you love it as well. So kick back with your favorite hot or cold beverage and join us as we pontificate on life’s biggest questions. We are Tactical Faith and we have a Podcast.
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Join us as we interview Alan Cross on our new podcast. He is the pastor of Gateway Baptist Church in Montgomery, AL, and the author of When Heaven and Earth Collide: Racism, Southern Evangelicals and the Better Way of Jesus. It’s published by New South, Inc.
Alan talks about his journey that brought him to Montgomery, and how that led him down the path of asking how the church could accept such rampant racism at certain times in it’s past. This study led ultimately to writing a book on the subject.
Were the good old days actually that good?
Join us as we interview James Harleman on our new podcast. He is based out of Seattle Washington and is the author of Cinemagogue.
James gives us his take on the movie “Noah” from a theology stand point and also as a film. In his usual insightful way, he finds the important takeaways without focusing on simply what’s “good” or “bad” with the film. The more important question is what do we do with it, now that it’s out there.
Can we take the themes that Aronofsky presents and use them as jumping off points to talk to each other about God in meaningful ways? The answer this time around is definitely yes.