From: Ontario, Canada
|some people argue that christian games, music, etc is just clones of existing products. i don't remember where exactly this was on CCN but i remember seeing it in a couple places. Anyways, i was thinking about it and why shouldn't some christian products mimic secular ones? (not saying that thats ALL we should strive for or anything)
The way i see it, we get attached to mainstream things in this world (for example: movies, games, music, etc). It greatly impacts us regardless of if you think it does it not; if it didn't impact you then why would you waste your time on it. My point is, whats wrong with a christian clone of a secular game?