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Back Row | Week 153 | Nerds We Don’t Understand (Yet)

Since joining Love Thy Nerd, Radio Matt & Mo have been exploring the depths of their nerdiness. But they have also come to realize that there are several areas where their nerdiness comes up… shallow. Of course, not all nerds like all nerd things, but it's never a bad time to try to expand our knowledge on subject we don’t understand. This week, Radio Matt & Mo will be taking a deeper look into parts of nerd culture they are less familiar with and see if there is something there that interests them.

How to Enjoy Nerdy “Heresies” Without Being a Heretic

Some nerdy media always gets a bad rap in the church. CJ Burroughs has three steps for how to enjoy all things with openness and discernment.

Nerd Culture Moms on the D&D Alignment Spectrum

It's that time of year when we are thinking about moms, so CJ picks his favorite moms in nerdy pop culture for reach alignment on the Dungeons & Dragon's spectrum.

LTN Advent Calendar 2021: Joy and Tabletop Roleplay

Each week, as we make our way through this Advent season, LTN Writers will provide short nerdy devotionals for you and your family to enjoy. You can find them all here. Also, if you want more nerdy advent content, check out our Advent Calendar from 2018. Our third Advent devotional centers on the joy of […]

Black Creators You Should Know

The LTN Writers catalog some of our favorite Black creators of nerdy media.

Finding Faith in Wildemount: Visions of Faith in Critical Role’s Mighty Nein

The Mighty Nein contains profoundly religious characters, each with their own complex relationship with faith.

Why Do Tabletop RPGs Matter?

Ashley Mowers explains how a game about creativity, fellowship and character sheets has reintroduced her to the world by way of re-enchantment.

Tropes Done Well in The Dragon Prince

The Dragon Prince successfully weaves in tropes to establish its own identity, either by providing them as expected, subverting them, or helping to establish the next generation of story-telling trope.

A Christian Defense of Dungeons & Dragons

Theology professor Phil Tallon lays out the redeeming qualities of Dungeons & Dragons, and why, despite what Christians have heard, it deserves a place at our gaming tables.

Childlikeness and Play in Stranger Things

Matt Civico takes a look at the importance of play in Stranger Things and how it primes our hearts for bravery, hope and faith.