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Monday, April 03, 2006

Starbucks - The New Jerusalem?

If you are tired of having a coherent, biblical theology, feel boxed in by old, dusty confessions, and love Starbuck's lattes, then be sure to check out's Emergent Church section!

Do you love eclecticism for the sake of eclecticism? Are you infatuated with your own Orange County hipster/metrosexual image? Feel like your theology needs some postmodernism injected into it? Tired of reading books by authors with seminary degrees and long for real theological insight from an ex-English teacher? Tired of seeing all those square over-30 folks in your church? Friend, you've come to the right place.


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