Bosman [is] offering what can comfortably be described as the first systematic theology of video games, (…) an engaging primer for the uninitiated and novice alike. (…) Bosman maintains a broadly accessible style that is one of the hallmarks of Gaming and the Divine, (…) a significant touchstone for scholars engaging with the intersection of religious and—popular—culture/digital studies.

These are some of the positive remarks on my monograph Gaming and the divine. A new systematic theology of video games, written down by Jonathan D. Stubbs on ‘Reading Religion‘, a online publication of the American Academy of Religion.