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The Late Night Ramblings Of A Christian Heterosexual

Yesterday President Obama formally endorsed same-sex marriage in California. This is a fairly large step in what will most certainly be a highly debated and politicized issue over the coming weeks, months and years. The following is nothing more than the late night ramblings of a heterosexual, christian, male. I have thought about sharing this […]

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True Story: On Fact and Fiction at the Pulpit

Curtis: When I was in college I spent a significant amount of time trying to find a new church to attend. After a lengthy search I settled on a small community of believers centrally located between campus, Chipotle and Taco Bell. I would attend Sunday mornings and return to the dorms, which were always empty, […]

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Do We Short-Change the Gospel?

I once again apologize at the outset for another explicitly and overtly Christian post. And not even a clever one with funny references to Magic Eye posters and the party in the food court at the mall. Sometimes things just need to be said. I seem to have been confronted a lot lately with people […]

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Follow The Money Trail

Today’s sermon comes from Aaron Brockett, the lead pastor at Traders Point Christian Church. Have a watch and enjoy. Generous Giants | Week 1 | Follow the Money Trail from Traders Point Christian Church on Vimeo.

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A God By Any Other Name?

Allow me to quote an already over-quoted line from the mouth of Juliet written by Shakespeare Tis but thy name that is my enemy; Thou art thyself, though not a Montague. What’s Montague? it is nor hand, nor foot, Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part Belonging to a man. O, be some other […]

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Fight Club: A Guest Post From Michael Burchett

First of all, I love Fight Club (the movie…I have not read the book nor am I involved in any actual fight clubs…but even if I was I couldn’t talk about it). As a forewarning, it is rated R and rightly so. The story follows a man that is totally unsatisfied with his life. The […]

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Speaking of Books: Book as Object

I am well aware this is now our third post revolving solely around books this week. What can I say, we like books around here at TTAF. We like reading them, talking about them, interpreting them, and sometimes just collecting them. You may have read some of our reading lists or read Josh’s advice on […]

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Comment On This: Kurt Vonnegut

For some reason, the most vocal Christians among us never mention the Beatitudes (Matthew 5). But, often with tears in their eyes, they demand that the Ten Commandments be posted in public buildings. And of course, that’s Moses, not Jesus. I haven’t heard one of them demand that the Sermon on the Mount, the Beatitudes, […]

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