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Jack wrote at 2009-12-17 20:09:49
This "Redemption: City of Bondage" has a sinful title, considering that the Bible criticises bondage in all its forms. I quote Exodus 1:13-14; "And the Egyptians made the children of Israel to serve with rigour: And they made their lives bitter with hard bondage, in morter, and in brick, and in all manner of service in the field: all their service, wherein they made them serve, was with rigour."

I find it very disturbing that a minister would recommend what is clearly a violent and unsuitable game to a young man who is so obviously concerned about the salvation of his soul.


Timothy Ketterling wrote at 2010-09-01 19:38:42
I have to disagree with the statement that playing yugioh will cause people to get mixed up with the occult. That is not true there is no way to prove that. I am a born again beleiver yet I watch harry potter and play yugioh. Yet I know that magic and monsters do not exist. I don't even believe people can be possessed by evil spirits. I think that as long as you know it is all fake and don't actually practice magic than you should be fine. That is my opinion.

Wes wrote at 2010-10-12 12:21:57
To Jack:

Don't be silly... It's obviously saving the city from bondage... WOW, think a little more?

The game looks really good. Better than Yu-Gi-Oh, and I have played Yu-Gi-Oh many times and other card games.

ryne wrote at 2013-10-28 06:03:11
dear Jody,

   You stated that instead of YuGiOh one could play Redemption ccg. tell me what the difference is. Do you not use your cords against your opponents cards. One character places a hero and the opponent places an evil character. Then you have them battle. This is the same concept your cards in battle your opponents cards. If the only difference is that one uses biblical characters and the other doesn't is a weak argument. If the fundamental aim is to use your cards to beat your opponents cards then it doesn't matter what the names of the cards are. In YuGiOh you play against your opponent, not your cards versus your opponent's cards. by suggesting that John play redemption and not YuGiOh you have made a double standard and therefore made your own argument invalid.

   My advice John would be to ask God through prayer if the game is evil and if he doesn't want you playing it. try out redemption, and if you like or enjoy YuGiOh more then play that.

   Because YuGiOh is a game it is morally neutral. it is how you use it. if someone were to say football is ungodly because there is violence is that the truth or is it a question of Worldviews and intent.

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Jody D. Sullivan


I am both a Christian and a minister. My husband and I have done quite a bit of work with troubled youth and dysfunctional families. I will try to accurately answer any and all questions. I love helping people come to a resolute conclusion.


My name is Jody Sullivan and I am both a Christian and a minister. My husband and I have done quite a bit of work with troubled youth and dysfunctional families. It seems that I have spent my life (I am 41 years old) answering questions that are related to Christianity in some form or another..I enjoy it and deem it a privilege. I have had quite a bit of experience in Christian counseling throughout the years. Many people have questions and I have found that the individual who is equipped with the correct answer will often make better life choices.

Some of my writings (including letters and reports) have been presented on several non-denominational Christian television stations. Both my husband and I are highly interested in writing books and/or self-help guides.

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