Different Bricks, Different Bibles

Now that it has been published, I wonder whether anyone will do a comparison between The Unofficial Holy Bible for Minecrafters: A Children’s Guide to the Old and New Testament, and The Brick Bible - which is most definitely not aimed at children. How do they approach their storytelling? What is similar and different about them? How [Read More...]

Minecraft Bible

Hemant Mehta drew attention to a new Bible that is soon to be released: The Unofficial Holy Bible for Minecrafters: A Children’s Guide to the Old and New Testament. I’m not sure what the “official” Holy Bible for Minecrafters would be, as opposed to this unofficial one. But it will be interesting to take a [Read More...]

World of Biblecraft

Chris Heard wrote recently about his effort to “gamify” a course he teaches. Here's a snippet: Here’s the elevator pitch: My Religion 101 course, also known as “World of Biblecraft,” functions like a cross between Farmville, Minecraft, and the World of Warcraft, where students earn XP and level up by exploring the Bible.Students enter the [Read More...]

Building a Church in Minecraft

A young and creative individual in my church, David Peacock, created this in Minecraft: It is a rendition of the building where my church meets, Crooked Creek Baptist Church. Here is a photo, for comparison: I am very impressed with the likeness, and the creativity in doing something like this. It got me thinking about [Read More...]

Religion and Science Fiction around the Blogosphere

SF Signal shared the news that a new online Encyclopedia of Science Fiction has been launched. It has an entry on religion. I mentioned this article and discussion of it on a previous occasion, but more recently Allan Bevere chimed in on whether God could have died for Klingons. Philip K. Dick and Religion has [Read More...]


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