Homebrewed Christianity CultureCast: Video Games, Basketball, and Oral Sex

Based on our title, we're trying to appeal to Maxim readers.
Our guest on the Homebrewed Christianity CultureCast this week is Drew Dixon, the editor-in-chief of GameChurch.com. Drew talks to us about video games, and their value within faith and culture.
Later, in the Echo Chamber, we discuss Jason Collins, the first NBA player to come out of the closet. Then we talk about Mark Driscoll, and his latest controversy, which involved talking about how blowjobs are biblical a few years ago. Don't ask me why it matters now. Did he say anything about men performing oral sex on women? He did not. Christian Piatt is annoyed by that, and Amy thinks Mark Driscoll is physically attractive, which was news to us.
We also touch on Bitcoin and some hippy protestors outside Amy’s church office, which this leads me to ask how Amy deals with annoying people being that she's a pastor and all. There are some vague Recommendations, as well, though you’ve probably heard them.
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1 comment:

  1. I was surprised to hear that video games impacted mass culture more than TV or movies. Wow. Three years ago, I broke up with my gaming console. The idea was to give myself more time to write books and get published. The "published" caveat might keep me game free for ever.