Christianity Today recently posted an article about video games. Across the years—and gaming systems—Christians have engaged the realm of video games. They’ve played, discussed, and developed games, but they haven’t always had formal training in the theology of video games. Now, more than a dozen Christian colleges offer video game majors, minors, and concentrations, giving students called to game design the chance to learn in settings that integrate their faith. Biola University in Los Angeles is one of those schools helping lead in the innovation of Christian gaming development. Michael Steffen is the school's Associate Professor of Game Design and Interactive Media. He stopped by this morning to share some of the exciting details!
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