The Reformed Gamers is the show all about theology and gaming. Every now and then, we dedicate an entire episode to something theological focused.
Last year, TRG did an episode on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Having this message is great but the next question is: what do we do with it?
Continue reading “Episode 219 – Dr. Matt Queen Talks About Evangelism, The Gospel, and Evangelism Fears”
It has been awhile since we have done a mail bag episode. We pitched it to the Deer Patrons to write in questions for us to answer and discuss on this episode. And they did not disappoint.
Continue reading “Episode 218 – TRG Takes On Patreon”
Final Fantasy 6 is one of the greatest JRPGs of all time, released in the SNES era. The game has a strikingly darker and more somber tone than the rest of the games in the series. But is that really what the game is about? Jon Harrison (author of Mastering the Game) sits down to break down the game’s themes, hidden easter eggs, and more.
Continue reading “Episode 216 – The Real Message of Final Fantasy VI (feat. Jon Harrison)”
Dissertations are a massive undertaking. Many say it’s the equivalent of writing a book. In order to obtain a Doctorate Degree, it’s one of the things you have to complete. For Matt Millsap, he wrote his dissertation on the theological engagement of video games. You read that right. We also spend some time discussing the preservation of games, US copyright law, and Nintendo’s ever persistent problem of forsaking their legacy.
Continue reading “Episode 212 – Matt Millsap’s Dissertation on Video Games & Theology”
Jonathan, aka Sound of the Raign, got into music at an early age. Over the last couple of years, he has steadily released songs that blend his faith with his love for all things nerdy. In this episode, he sits down and shares how he got into music, some of his favorite games, and his spiritual renewal in Christ.
Continue reading “The Man With The Master Flow | Episode 210”