As theological debates on sexuality and marriage become more and more central, many Christian denominations are being asked to clarify their views.
“In the beginning there were only blocks, and God gathered resources, made a map, and saw that it was good.” Authors are Garrett Romines and Christopher Miko.
Minecraft is one of the most poopular video games in the recent years. One has to build fortresses with blocks of different materials, and try to stay away from the enemies.
Authors Garrett Romines and Christopher Miko are teachers who have used Minecraft to create imaginative worlds in their classrooms. Now, they have created Bible stories with virtual blocks to produce 3-D worlds filled with adventure.
“BIBLE STORIES TOLD BLOCK BY BLOCK”
“The unofficial Holy Bible for minecrafters” recreates Bible characters, such as Adam and Eve or Noah, and tells engaging stories including the journey of Abraham, David and Goliath, Moses’ great journey, the birth of Jesus, the Last Supper, and many more.
For those who are wondering whether to play Minecraft or to learn the gospel, or as a present for unbelieving friends who are fanatics of the game, this book is a good way to get to know the Bible in a very different way.
As the book's subtitle says, the Bible for minecrafters has “stories from the Bible told block by block”, because the book explains that “in the beginning there were only blocks, and God gathered resources, made a map, and saw that it was good.”