A couple of years back, I wrote a seminary paper on how VR can heal the mind-body dualism which religion, unfortunately, has helped perpetuate. In the paper, I argued that theologians need to engage cutting-edge technology like VR and play a role in how it develops – not to try and ‘control’ it (although we can weigh in on ethical matters), or to use it to “convert” people (scary) but because it has healing potential.

A few days ago, this AP article ran on the front page of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Video games strengthen stroke victims