Bible-opoly… Replacement for Monopoly?

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1614341_10152300793259551_1719955887_oGRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – A board game is using the tradition of the Monopoly game to teach Christians about the history of the Bible.

The game is called Bible-opoloy.  According to, “With Bibleopoly, you can enjoy the fun of a property trading game while learning about the remarkable cities of the Bible! Start “In the Beginning”, and travel through biblical cites of Meditation, Community Celebration, and occasionally the Abyss!”

The retailer also says, “You can earn a Cornerstone by helping a fellow player, or but doing community service, and make offerings in order to earn the bricks and steeple you need to build a church. Watch out for the “Go Meditate” spot on the board, though–you’ll lose three turns! Also, though good deeds are rewarded, sometimes “Faith Cards” intervene. Recommended for 2 to 6 players, ages 8 to adult.”

It is created by Late for the Sky Production.  The game sells for about twenty dollars and is available on online sites including

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  • tracyd112

    If thats what they want then who are we to Judge? Now we are going to give comments on what people do in their own home.We have 20 different types of Monopoly games but let them come out with a Bible version and the media wants to make a deal out of it.