This isn't your run-of-the-mill video game: "Left Behind: Eternal Forces" is based on the best-selling "Left Behind" book series about the apocalypse. But it's the apocalypse without dismemberment or graphic bloodshed, though the game has an element of violence that some Christians argue is counter to teachings of the Bible.Quote:"Even the youth pastor that runs the youth group, when he comes home and wants to play a game he really doesn't want another Bible lesson thrown at him," said Bagley, who is also a spokesman for the Christian Game Developers Foundation. "He just wants to play a game." [url=http://www.christianpost.com/article/20060910/24404.htm]Popular Christian Books Spawn Video Game[/url]Anybody been following this? :-o It looks as if Laodicea will be getting administered another round of sedation along with the rational that even youth pastors need video games to take their minds off things.The sense of urgency is being effectively dismantled, however were told in Acts 14:22 that we must go through many hardships to enter the Kingdom of God.Hebrews 12:1 let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before usRob
"Even the youth pastor that runs the youth group, when he comes home and wants to play a game he really doesn't want another Bible lesson thrown at him," said Bagley, who is also a spokesman for the Christian Game Developers Foundation. "He just wants to play a game."
If only we spent as much time in prayer and the word (Acts6v4) we would have won the world for Jesus by now, or nearly won.Since 'Christians' now clamour to the world's desire, why not a 'christian' video game to put on the stack of secular video games that they already have?God is far too boring for those in the churh nowadays. We go through the routine of church like we go through the routine of work, school, college etc. Just somewhere else to go really.Enough said. I think you get the pount.