Remember Death by Matthew McCullough, Free for CAPC Members
Matthew McCullough suggests that death awareness allows us to find joy in the problems of this world.
Jorge Albor says the new game, From Dust, “reflects the very human need to personalize divinity.”
Ian Bogost shares why debates about videogames aren’t really about videogames and offers a helpful way forward. This is the best article about videogames I have read in a while.
Apparently Americans don’t actually hate evangelicals.
James Wood is having trouble finding comfort in secularism.
Alan Jacobs on why we can’t teach students to love reading.
Here’s an article that asks all the right questions about Spotify.
I reviewed an iPhone game you should probably get over at Kill Screen.
Over at Think Christian, Deborah Lewis writes a wonderful article about the importance of play.
Jon Accuff writes one of my favorite “Stuff Christians Like” so far: Things I Shouldn’t Know Exist.
Former writer, Chase Livingston, shares Lost’s 8 Eternal Truths. Pretty hilarious.
On Muppet Marriage (or not)
Here’s an interesting article on religion and the coming 2012 elections.
Here’s a weird one on “…taking the heretical homeowner step of disavowing the front lawn…”
Science has given us another way to share our faith: Just talk about the God Spot in every brain.
Nice penmanship is so yesterday.
What made me laugh this week: Jason Alexander serves as celebrity spokesman for the Netflix Relief Fund.
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