“Of Games and God is part of a growing body of literature encouraging Christians to think critically about our relationship to technology. . . .
“For the pastor wanting to understand the child playing Elmo Loves ABCs, the teenager playing Call of Duty, the young professional playing World of Warcraft or the mom playing Candy Crush, Of Games and God helps us think about God, faith, video games and gaming culture from a distinctly Christian perspective.”
Read the rest of the reviews here.
And in case you missed it, this past Monday Kevin Schut spoke at The January Series at Calvin College.
Video of his talk is available here.
Roger Olson shared that he is reading iGods by Craig Detweiler.
The Bible Made Impossible: Why Biblicism Is Not a Truly Evangelical Reading of Scripture by Christian Smith is only $2.99 (82% off) from participating retailers through January 23.