The Reformed Gamers! Theology! Games! Happy Meal toys! Let's talk about how you can use Happy Meal toys with Smash Bros. What would you do if Nintendo called you for help with their new fighter on Smash Bros? Where them Christian video games at, yo?! Oh, and, Jonathan talks like a Disney character and we are answer more of YOUR questions!
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The Reformed Gamers are back to talk about spending $2,000 on a NEW 3DS, relationship woes, rage quitting, answer questions from YOU in The Forum, what games Christians shouldn't play and we figure out just how well we know our Swedish Metal Bands!
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Welcome to The Reformed Gamers, the show all about video games, theology and tacos! Or whatever else we can think of. Join Logan and Jonathan as we talk about some of our favorite video games and how our faith in Jesus Christ has shaped the way we play games. This episode, we talk about what to do when you find out your spouse is a gamer! Also serving up some questions from you, the audience and learning what it means to walk.
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