the mutual fund The Timothy Group, which bases its investments on companies they deem moral, has put out their annual list of questionable video games. In their “score card” they use categories such as “Sex,” “Violence,” “Drugs,” “Comic Mischief,” and of course “Gay/Lesbian” to determine a game’s morality. Huh? Here’s the breakdown of the games they found questionable:
Christianity has always been a diverse faith. The various theologies, political ideas, and other views held by Christian groups throughout last twenty centuries have varied widely. This has made Christianity strong, adaptive, and dynamic in furthering the truths it posits. However, parellel to its historical strengths have always been weaknesses: movements that, though often well-intentioned, have done more to hurt the cause of Christ than help it.
In American Christianity today, there are many such movements.
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