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GameChurch Podcast

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A videogame podcast from a different perspective, with open and honest conversations about games, life, and belief.

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Shockingly Insightful, how do you not have more exposure.

I confess that when I first heard about Gamechurch in a Polygon article I cringed a bit at the thought of an openly-Christian games journalism site. Thank God (bad pun yes, but a genuine one) I gave it a chance. Interviews are great and insightful, the hosts are always respectful and even genuinely interested in other beliefs and ideology. On top of that they speak with an amazing cross section of developers from Ken Levine to the Steve Gaynor, and other lesser known folks such as indie devs, writers, and programers, and artists. I really appreciate that so many points of view are expressed, while meaningful and productive conversations grow out of the discussions. Being both a professional developer in the industry as well as a person of faith, I am going to be pointing more of my peersin both camps toward this podcast. Thanks guys, keep it up!


Awesome and Inspiring Podcast

This is great! The Gamechurch Podcast does a great job living up to its billing of "an open and honest discussion about games, life, and belief." Richard Clark and Drew Dixon are engaging, respectful, and very funny. They have great chemistry with their guests and always bring the discussion to thought-provoking places. They're humble and honest, not denigrating anyone's beliefs and willing to talk about everything, but they're also confident, not holding their own ideas back.

I also can't forget about their growing roster of guests, spanning both the Indie and AAA gaming world. It's impressive in terms of professional scale alone, not to mention the wide range of beliefs represented and artfully engaged.

I'm glad I found this podcast. It's always worth a listen and definitely worth a subscription.


Do yourself a favor and listen to the Ken Levine podcast (#10). One of the most in-depth commentaries about games and religion I've ever heard.

GameChurch Podcast
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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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