I’m the son of a militant Secular Humanist and a Sunni Muslim. Needless to say, I was never allowed anywhere near a Bible growing up. In fact, had it not been for The Bible Game I may never have learned the ancient wisdom found in this holiest of tomes, and I would never have experienced a short but intense romance.
Back in the winter of 2006, when I was still ignorant of the Bible, I attended a speed dating session for gamers. I was instantly smitten with a young lass I’ll call Roxanne (not anywhere near her real name). Her red hair was as beautiful as 10,000 Mediterranean sunsets, and her blue eyes were as beautiful as the Mediterranean Sea. The fact that her hair was dyed and she had colored contact lenses did nothing to diminish these comparisons.
We instantly hit it off, but there was one major problem: Roxanne loved the Bible, and I knew nothing of it. However, she said she would be happy to go out with me at one of these 먹튀사이트 if I learned its wisdom. I had read about a new Xbox game called The Bible Game, so I bought it the next morning.
I instantly knew The Bible Game was special. The game contains both game show and board game elements, and to call it spiritually enlightening would be an understatement. You get to choose from premade avatars; most are good, although the Boy Scout one rubbed me the wrong way.
The Bible Game is a good mix of trivia and mini-games. I initially struggled with the trivia, but after several dozen hours of consecutive play, I was becoming well versed in its verses. But the best part of The Bible Game is the mini-games. First of all, there is some awesome Christian music that plays during them, and it provides you with the perfect opportunity to rock out. Also, they teach you different Bible stories, like Daniel and the lions and the one with the big fish. And to top it off, they are challenging.
With my new Bible knowledge in hand, I contacted Roxanne and we had several amazing dates playing The Bible Game’s multiplayer mode. Our strong connection had finally found the strong foundation it needed in The Bible Game for Xbox. The next five weeks were the best of my life, as Roxanne and I played every day. Unfortunately, we had some chemistry problems in the bedroom and had a fully mutual breakup.
This was many years ago, but even today I play The Bible Game the second Monday of every month with Roxanne. That’s right, we remain good friends. And by the way, I converted to Unitarianism. Such is the transformative powers of The Bible Game.