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The Dice Steeple

Dan King (The Game Boy Geek) & Sam Healey talk about topics involving Christians and Tabletop Gaming while trying to bridge the gap between world views.
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Apr 16, 2012

Mark Jackson, Tom Vasel, and Sam Healey sit down and talk about a variety of topics in regards to games and Christians.  We are joined by several contributors and talk about forbidden themes, is it okay to lie in a game, how should one act in a game, and much more.

3 Comments
  • five and a half years ago
    Peter Schott
    This should be interesting. I know that there are a lot of Christians who avoid certain themes (often, but not always, for pretty good reasons). I'm looking forward to the series as much as you're able to get to this. I'd love to hear more about starting a gaming group at the church that goes beyond dominoes and cards. :-)
  • five and a half years ago
    Mike Perna
    Hey guys. My name is Mike and I run a podcast called Game Store Prophets with my friend. Our podcast is focused on geek culture from the Christian perspective and Christian spirituality through the eyes of geeks. Naturally - gaming is a HUGE part of what we talk about. Our first episode was about why we play and encourage others to get into D&D.

    It was actually one of our listeners that pointed me to you guys. I'd listened to Dice Tower for a while to get my head around what was already out there on the scene - so I'm excited to see what God has for you guys.

    We just hit our one year mark for our podcast, and I hope the same for this new side pursuit. Good to know we're not the only voice crying in the wilderness. Keep up the good work.
  • five and a half years ago
    Dave
    I've never considered the issues faced by Christian gamers, what a fascinating perspective.