Christianity: Beyond Bingo

Except for Bingo and the Roman soldiers who cast lots for the robe of Jesus, games have never had much to do with religion. Until now. Family-game players who have tired of refighting the battle of Gettysburg and advancing to "Go (Collect $200)" can now trek right along with St. Paul or race each other through the Christian calendar.

In a spiritually adventurous mood, the Avalon Hill Co. of Baltimore, manufacturers of a variety of games, brought the religious games out before last Christmas. One, called Journeys of St. Paul, retraces the...

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