Christians and the Horror genre are two things that seemingly don’t mix. Pastor Joe Thorn (Doctrine & Devotion podcast) joins the show to discuss how the Bible implements horror themes in some stories, how Christians can engage with the horror genre, and ultimately how discernment is key in engaging media as a whole.
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You ever just fire up your game system, look at the games and shut the system off because you don’t feel like playing anything?
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In 2001, Metal Gear Solid 2 was released on the PS2. While it was largely considered a smash hit, it was also very divisive. And, strangely, prophetic in it’s themes of digitization of information and the pursuit to control it. While we didn’t quite grasp the game’s complex themes back then, in 2022, it’s all too eerie at how timeless it has become. Sound of the Raign returns to join us to break down Metal Gear Solid 2.
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Yes. Christians can play video games.
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Back in 2008, Mistwalker Studios released Lost Odyssey on the Xbox 360. This was Xbox’s attempt at rounding out their library with some JRPGs. I picked the game up at launch, got all the way to disc 4… and never finished it.
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With the recent report that almost 80% of games purchased on PS4 & PS5 are digital, on top of recent reports of games being delisted, it’s caused some concern about the future of digital in gaming spheres. This week, we discuss the pros and cons of both digital and physical, the fear of a future where we own nothing, and why Twitter is a weird, weird place.
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