[DAVID GROSSMAN] is an American military psychologist. He has determined that the tools and tactics used to train soldiers to kill are the same as those employed in the media entertainment industry, specifically, in video games. "Every time a child plays an interactive video game, he is learning the exact same conditioned reflex skills as a soldier or police officer in training," he stated in a 1998 Christianity Today article.1. Steve Friesen says that in our society "entertainment has intrinsic value." Do you think that something is worthwhile if someone enjoys it? How much does entertainment (movies, TV, etc.) influence our moral values?3. Travis Duerksen says that to young people, "this stuff really isn't that big of a deal." Are young people just blind to the danger or are older people just over-reacting to a new form of entertainment?
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