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Stephanie Drury is the creator of Stuff Christian Culture Likes. The Stuff Christian Culture Likes Twitter page links to this page, which is Drury’s male pseudonym on Twitter. In the “About” section on the page, Drury says that the page is a…
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This is the Facebook page associated with A Game for Good Christians. It is used to share Card Talks, status updates that are linked to the Twitter account, and other satirical religious images.
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This page is tweets under the pseudonym Ben Christian, which means “good Christian.” The page retweets pictures of the cards taken by customers, discusses current events, and interacts with churches and Twitter users.
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This blog has posts called “Card Talks” examining the Bible verses on the cards, explaining why they were chosen, and discussing their relevance to modern life. They state that the page represents only their perspectives on the cards, but the…
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This is the Tumblr page for A Game for Good Christians. It links to the Store page found on the current website and has blog posts similar to those found on the current website. Like the posts on the website, these posts examine the verses found on…
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This website is a homepage that redirects to other pages with more information about the game. There is a section entitled “About,” which gives more information on the game itself, the principles behind its creation, and the people who created…
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