Could the church learn a thing or two from Minecraft?

Some interesting Minecraft inspired thoughts from Martin Saunders in his article, the Gospel according to Micecraft. Learning from the craft How can the Church create a compelling offer to the world’s millions of gamers? How can we demonstrate that significance – and a relationship with a living God – can be found in the realContinue reading “Could the church learn a thing or two from Minecraft?”

The Minecraft Gospel: Respawned in Creative Mode

Gamers may find this one amusing. My kids are huge fans of Minecraft, a game which, for the uninitiated, allows you to craft massive worlds in digital Lego fashion. Well, on the weekend, we were doing some world building together and found ourselves talking about Jesus and the resurrection in terms of being “respawned”, exceptContinue reading “The Minecraft Gospel: Respawned in Creative Mode”

Killing Muslims and Christians a Game?

If there was ever any doubt that Atheists can be just as susceptible to fundamentalism as any other religion, then take a look at this new video game under development by a “zealous” humanist. You can see video footage and a transcript here. The object of the game is to stop the spread of ChristianityContinue reading “Killing Muslims and Christians a Game?”

Praise the Lord, Pass the Ammo

Writing for Christianity Today Blog, Skye Jethani alerts us to the latest wad of dispensationalist dysentery soon to hit your local Christian bookstore: The game, Left Behind: Eternal Forces, is set for release in October, and its already coming under fire from both conservative and liberal Christians. Set in present-day New York City, the gameContinue reading “Praise the Lord, Pass the Ammo”