You want to hear from experts whenever you listen to podcasts. And while most of my expertise is in trailer production, I’m also a huge fan of processing the nature of play with different communities — including faith communities. Video games handle grace in powerful ways, and you’ll probably agree that video game discernment is broken, but the question is whether or not you’re up for some hour-long conversations on those subjects from some experts (myself included)? If you haven’t closed this tab by now, you’re clearly in the right place.
Grace in Games
We wrangled Gamechurch writers together to explore games that handle Grace with, er, um, grace:
Game discernment is broken
In Theology Gaming’s teensy pocket of the interwebs, we elaborated on the notion that “discernment is broken;” and how games criticism offers tools for better processing: