Fantasy Football and Friendship: The Company We Keep Online
Keywords:Character, Character and, Character and . . . Social Media, Social Media, Fantasy Football, Friendship, Virtue, Aristotle, Fantasy Sports, Bible, Ethics, Moral life, Scripture
Approximately one in ten Americans play a fantasy sport such as
fantasy football. People under 35 spend over four hours a week on
this pastime. This presentation examines what fantasy football is
and how it can impact a life of character.
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