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Drew Dixon

Drew is the Chief Content Nerd for Love Thy Nerd and the co-host of Humans of Gaming. He is also the editor of Explore the Bible: Students and co-hosts the weekly CaPC Digest podcast for Christ and Pop Culture. Drew has written for Paste Magazine, Relevant Magazine, Christianity Today, WORLD Magazine, and Think Christian. He lives in the Nashville, TN area with his wife and their three children.

You Can Enjoy Soul; it is Not Heresy

Soul's vision of the afterlife doesn't jive with the Bible, but its message does in many ways.

Skyrim, Delight, and Our Created World

Drew Dixon reflects on how his appreciation for the beauty of Skyrim's Tamriel is a reflection of his longing for the kingdom of God.

Stuck at Home with Kids? This Frustrating Game Might Make You a Better Parent

You'll laugh, you'll cry (in frustration), and you might even yell at each other, but Overcooked builds stronger, healthier families in the end.

Devos on Demand – Wipe Away the Tears

Drew Dixon, LTN Co-Founder and Chief Content Nerd, takes a moment to offer some hope in the midst of a global pandemic and to remind you that, hey—Jesus loves you, nerd.

Human Capital in Darkest Dungeon

Our Chief Content Nerd Drew Dixon reflects on what Darkest Dungeon can tell us about exploitation and what it is that drives us to use other people for our own ends.

John Gibson of Maneater on the First Ever Shark RPG and the Cost of Revenge

Drew Dixon talks with CEO John Gibson of Tripwire Interactive about the first ever Shark RPG, Maneater.

Longing for Transcendence in Virtual Worlds

The wonder of the natural world and our longing for transcendence in fixed systems like 'Minecraft' and 'Proteus'.

‘Tis the Season to Partner with Love Thy Nerd

In light of Giving Tuesday we are reflecting on what we've done this year and asking for your help.

Tales from Gen Con

Our outreach team and convention friends share some of their favorite stories from Gen Con 2019, "the best four days in gaming."

DayZ: It’s All Gonna Break

Drew Dixon dived head-first into DayZ and found himself wanting to come up for air.