GameChurch.com has a booth at PAX. The site hosts game reviews from a Christian perspective, a "Strategy Guide for Life," and a geekified version of the Bible titled "Jesus, For The Win!" From the introduction (yes, I couldn't not download it):
"But wait! How can you be a Christian and kill zombies, cast spells and shoot someone?!? Isn't that hypocritical!?!? I get that question from Churches and also from people that don't want anything to do with Christians. It's unfortunate that it's even a topic. We're ALL hypocrites. Every last human. Video games are not the problem. The problem is that we have complicated the message that Jesus brought to us. And yes, I do believe He would be leveling up with me in World of Warcraft."
I can see it now. "Starving children in Africa? But daaaad, I'm in the middle of a raid!"
I can't stop reading this thing, it's full of terrible gems:
"Jesus... many people see Him like Gandhi, or the Pope. He was a good guy, maybe even a prophet, who died before I was born and has nothing to do with me. What if you found out that Jesus is not who the world says He is? What if you heard that Jesus came to Earth and hung out with stinky fisherman and prostitutes? What if He spent His time with tax collectors and people who were looked down upon by "higher society?" What if Jesus came to Earth for the GAMERS? Despite what you may have heard before, He did! Jesus loves Gamers, just as much as He loves thieves, soccer moms, and even pastors. Jesus came to PWN the Devil and save the world for YOU."
Bahaha. I don't even need to add my own commentary, do I?
I'm not going to lie. Part of me wants to stop by their booth for the chance that they'll have some ironic free swag. I would definitely love a shirt about Jesus respawning (their words, not mine). The only difference is I realize magical Jesus is about as real as Zelda or Mario.