Interestingly, the saddest part of The Bible Game is how it manages to completely ignore the core messages of religion in favor of trite Nouveau Christian catchphrases. It's all content without meaning or context.
There's not enough biblical depth to warrant a purchase from religious folk, yet the mini-games aren't that engaging, either. It all feels somewhat hokey as well; almost as though you're playing a game that Ned Flanders would buy for his kids.
There is enough to entertain a Christian family, looking to bond on a Saturday night, but novelty will wear off rather quickly. The trivia questions repeat far too often and a few of the Challenge games should have been wiped from the stone tablets.