Tag: Theology Gaming

December Articles

It’s GOTY SEASON! That means nothing for most normal human beings, but if you write about video games it’s the “most important time of the year.”

November Articles

I tried a few new things this month. Most importantly, I tried to give a greater platform for others.

October Articles Vol. 2

Holy crap! I contributed to a ton of articles this past month!

October Articles

Looks like I’ve been writing/contributing a lot lately.

Hitting a podcast stride with the TheoGameBro Trio

We’ve finally gotten our acts together. We bubble our friendship over into a radio show about video games and how it they relate to following Jesus.

Videos: Learning Heroes of the Storm

M. Joshua tries Heroes of the Storm and sucks horribly. Fun for all ages!

Articles: Telepath Cowboys Don’t Hate Miami

I wrote some things! Oh goodie. We’ve got some tasty little reviews and some reflections on how games relate to faith (big surprise from me, right?). All articles wrap around the themes of engaging with the moral underbellies of videogame places that test one’s convictions. Or give you opportunity to witness bad choices outside yourself? You decide.

Articles: Holy Week, Game-Parenting, and Rogue Babies with Spears

What videogames help you enter into Holy Week? Can videogames be a huge part of God’s calling in your life? What videogames connect parents and their children? And what games are worth checking out? We examine these questions in the following articles.

Recaps: Sickening Republique, Redemptive Nightmares, and Evil Holidays

Knock, knock! Want some links to sweet stuff about redemption in games?

Articles: Friend Hunting Diablo on Roads Not Taken (Where No Gamers Are Allowed)

Sorry if that title is a little misleading. Four different thoughts there: friend hunting, Diablo-ing, comparing some game called Road Not Taken to my teacher, and a podcast about the ugliness of the word Gamer.