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On Amusement and Its End

An Xbox in place of exploration. Instead of attempting the rigors of ‘going and doing’, many today passively delight themselves with the excitement of ‘doing’ in a reality that is not any reality at all. To what degree is it OK for us to allow our imaginations, our minds, to be captivated by amusement, especially when the amusement incorrectly informs us about good, evil, and the realities of this world? John Mark Reynolds, Paul Spears, and Fred Sanders have a conversation on amusement and its proper end.

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