CBS News has created a video game where you can play a game to learn to read the Bible.
The Bible games are the brainchild of two Boston-area moms, who have been learning to read and write the Bible for more than 20 years.
They’ve made the game a game for adults with ADD, but not for anyone who isn’t.
The game has a twist, however, because it’s about how people learn.
“It’s a game where the person you’re reading the Bible is actually reading it,” said Mary Anne Tomsch, who runs the game company, Bible Games.
The parents of the game have been playing the Bible game for about two years, and have been getting some positive feedback.
“They’re getting to grips with it and enjoying themselves,” Tomschi said.
For those who don’t want to read or write, the parents have created a game with a video that asks you to try reading aloud to a person in a church. “
If it doesn’t work for you, you can always change your attitude.”
For those who don’t want to read or write, the parents have created a game with a video that asks you to try reading aloud to a person in a church.
“People are enjoying this game, it’s a great game,” Tomesch said.
Tomschu said her goal is to teach the game to anyone who wants to learn.
It’s a different approach than reading aloud.
Tomeschi said she also wants to make the game available to adults who are on medication, and to adults with autism.
“We want to reach people that have been left behind, and this is the way we can do that,” she said.
For those of you who want to learn more about Bible games, here’s the website: Bible Games www.biblegames.com