This Easter I resolved to act in a more determined way against our culture of death. However, now I am facing a dilemma. My 21-year-old son who lives with me wants to buy the latest Mortal Combat game with his own money. He had described the game to me as a very gory fighting game in which there is killing, but he came to me about the purchase first because he did not want to buy the game behind my back. I told him I did not want him to contribute his money to such a violent game that supports our culture of death. He, however, countered with a very good offer: If I would allow him to buy the bloody game, he would give up to me an even worse game that he had acquired unbeknownst to me. Also he would agree to go to church with me for two years. He is not a Christian, is unaffiliated with any religion, but he might be convinced to convert to Catholicism with the promised 2-year mass attendance. He went with me today on Easter Sunday and said he did feel moved by some parts of the service.
Should I agree to his purchasing the new Mortal Combat game in return for his discarding an even worse video game and agreeing to attend mass for the next two years with me? What are your opinions about this?