There is a lot of confusion when it comes to anime in the Christian community. What is it? Why did it create a great moral panic in the early 2000s that continues today? A lot of Christians think that is a genre, but that is not the case. It is a style of animation. In this video, I clear up a lot of misconceptions about anime and debunk one of the biggest myths surrounding Pokemon.
Check out the vidcast below:
While you are at it, you can read my LAN article “Five anime series and films that have pro-life messages” which has more insight into this topic.
StudioJake Faith is hosted by Jacob Airey. The channel is meant to equip and inspire Christians to defend their faith. We will discuss apologetics, devotionals, interviews, hot button social issues, and more all from a Gospel perspective.
STATEMENT OF FAITH:
I believe that Scripture is our only source of normative, apostolic, infallible revelation, and the source for living life. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
I believe Faith is the only necessary for salvation unconditionally. (Ephesians 2:8)
I believe that God saves by Grace and not by merit. (Ephesians 1:7)
I believe that Christ is the only Mediator between God and man. (John 3:36)
I believe that all Glory is to be due to God alone. (Philippians 2:11)
I believe in the Holy Spirit, who is alive and active, convicting the hearts of men and women, and empowering believers. (John 16:13)
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