This is a guest post by Peter Brassington on a fascinating and innovative area of Scripture Engagement: Games. Here he explores some ideas about games, game elements, and God.
Although Redcliffe has an excellent library, I couldn’t find a copy of Moltmann’s “Theology of Play” when I visited for the first time at the start of my MA. I wasn’t in the library at the time but looking through the library catalog online from my room. Things have changed since I last studied theology.
Looking out of my window however I did spot something pertinent to my search – a collection of students, serious in their desire to serve God and to bring hope to a suffering world were on the lawn throwing a frisby around. Later at dinner some of the professors that I was keen to talk to about my various interests in missiology, socio-linguistics, and digital language vitality…
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