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Tactical Faith Radio – Episode #1

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James HarlemanJoin 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.



Hosts: Matt, Eric, Dave

Guest: James Harleman


  • Cinemagogue Book – Link
  • No, Noah is not Gnostic – Link
  • Sympathy for the Devil – Link
  • The Atlantic Interview – Link 
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Author Matthew

The ability to ultimately understand anything requires more than just the fierce determination of the will.  The starting point and the default position of any learning process must at its core be grounded in true humility.  It is humility that allows someone to correctly assess both external and internal situations.  In sports we see this play out over the life of a dedicated athlete.  When someone is young and learning a sport, they notice quickly how much their skills and knowledge are lacking especially in relation to sports heroes that are idolized.

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