Don’t Tell Me How to Game: Gaming With Conviction

By Drew Koehler | November 9, 2014

In this day and age, there should be no doubt that gaming is typically demonized in our culture.  Any time that something violent and tragic happens, the media tries to blame videogames.  Though no study has conclusively linked violent behavior to violent videogames, most people seem to see the appearance of a link, whether factual…

What To Do About Christian Atheists

By Wesley Wood | November 9, 2014

Believing in God, but living like He doesn’t exist. That is a Christian Atheist. All of us undoubtedly know a Christian Atheist and may of even been one at a time in our own life. I know I was a lukewarm Christian up until a year and a half ago. In Revelation 3:16 (which is…

Review: Doctor Who – “Dark Water”

By silasgreen | November 9, 2014
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It’s all been leading to this. The Doctor has been everywhere (and everywhen), has seen the rise and fall of civilizations, has witnessed the creation of the Earth and watched the lights go out at the universe’s end, but this episode takes the man who flits through all of time and space somewhere he’s never…

Review: har∙mo∙ny 2 (iOS)

By Joe Morgan | November 8, 2014
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Developer: Borderleap Publisher: Borderleap Platforms: Mobile (iOS (reviewed), Android) Price: $3.99, Buy Here Content Warning There’s nothing to be concerned about here. har∙mon∙y 2 gets a gold star for family friendliness! Pro tip: Follow the game’s recommendation and play with headphones in! Opening Every now and then a game crosses my desk that turns out to…

Review: Yoshi Touch and Go (DS)

By Casey Covel | November 8, 2014
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Developer: Nintendo EAD Group No. 4 Publisher: Nintendo Platform(s): DS Price: $45.00 (new), $9.00 (used) Release date: March 14, 2005 Ever since the little green guy’s appearance several years ago, Yoshi has captured the hearts of the world and appeared on all sorts of clothing and gaming gear. With his immense popularity it only makes…

Review: Wolf Girl and Black Prince, Episode 1: Caught in Her Own Trap

By Rob M. | November 8, 2014

Review: Erika has a problem—she is a liar. In all fairness, she is a high school girl who wants to fit in, and if memory serves this reviewer well then having a group is almost a necessity in Japanese social life. I could be wrong, but it would certainly explain the anxiety of Erika wanting…

5 Favorite Christian Films

By Wesley Wood | November 8, 2014

What is your favorite Christian film? This doesn’t necessarily mean it is the best, but, rather, your favorite. The requirement to be a Christian film is that it is a film with a faith/biblical based message. This is a follow up for my article 5 Christian Films You Haven’t Seen (But Should). Mike Pyatt Jr.  …