In Outlast 2, religion is merely a prop for shocking the player’s sense of propriety.
We think Jesus takes an interest in everything you do, even your crappy artwork and your most cringe-worthy memes.
A popular Christian blogger wrote an article defending videogames but in the process, missed some of the most important things that make them worth playing.
Christian leaders are speaking out against games, saying they are a waste of time and resources, Daniel Motley says those leaders aren’t taking games seriously enough.
Do Christianity and videogames have anything to do with each other? Patrick Stafford says they do and shares how we might sincerely make the connection.
“… leveraging Christianity in the service of political conflict comes more easily when we’re disconnected from the individuals whose lives are impacted by that conflict.”
“Your enemy isn’t a person, it’s the state the world is in–you don’t win by conquering it, you win by reversing it.”