The Timothy Plan, a Christian mutual fund family that shuns video games, has published an extensive and descriptive list of video games that promote violence and sex.
The fund does not invest in video game companies or in any companies involved in abortion, pornography, anti-family entertainment, alternative lifestyles, alcohol, tobacco and gambling.
"We're for anyone who cares about these issues," Art Ally, Timothy Plan president, told Dow Jones. "If you don't care about these issues, there are 20,000 really good mutual funds in the industry."
Timothy's Large/Mid-Cap Value Fund has a four-star rating from Morningstar and about $75 million in assets under management. Year-to-date trailing returns were down 43%, underperforming the S&P Index by 3.27%.
The fund focuses on global growth stocks in energy, materials and transportation companies.