Comic book, fantasy and computer game, social media and sci-fi lovers are typically referred to as the geeks in society. We’re the ones who hated that The Gates went off air, waited patiently for the airing of the remake of V, have all the SyFy original shows downloaded to our digital and gaming devices…which we just happen to carry around all the time, and still hope and pray for a revival of Firefly.
That same level of unbridled and misunderstood devotion and passion is true of Jesus-Geeks as well. We’re the ones who believe that Christmas is still all about Christ, are waiting patiently and eagerly for His return, have more sermon podcasts than music on our digital devices, and just pray for an outright revival.
Not sure which category you fall into? Here are some ways to tell if you’re a Geek or a Jesus Geek:
Geek: If you refer to you, your parents, and friends as Wii instead of we
Jesus Geek: If you carry the board game, digital game, and card game of bible trivia around in every form imaginable
Geek: If you leave back-up flash drives at your family and friends homes just in case you forget yours and keep them all synched via dropbox
Jesus Geek: If you leave back-up bibles at your family and friends homes just in case you forget yours
Geek: If you proudly display your comic book action and fantasy game figures despite the references to them as “toys”
Jesus Geek: If you proudly wear your cross or other paraphernalia reflecting your love for Jesus Christ despite being in a culture that despises Him, hates Him, and continually insists He doesn’t exist
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