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Overview: How well do you know your Bible? Do you believe that you never know enough? Or do you believe that you could pass a test if God Almighty quizzed you Himself? This book ought to have a little to challenge you. (It may even deflate a few egos on the way.)
Story Telling: We get quizzes, crosswords, seek and finds, and more in this book of puzzles.
Likes: I get that there was a lot of Scripture being quoted, and this was the only legal way of going about it–as it is the only Bible in the public domain–, but I’m tickled by the fact Mr. Parker used the King James Version throughout this book.
Dislikes: My only problem is Cain’s crime. Unless Cain picked up a foreign object, his slaying of Abel isn’t murder, as he didn’t lie in wait for his brother.
Favorite Puzzles: The crosswords and seek and finds are my favorites.
Favorite Quote: Mr. Parker quotes Mr. John D. Rockefeller here: “There is nothing in this world that can compare with the Christian fellowship, nothing that can satisfy but Christ.”
Conclusion: This is a fun book. Challenge you loved ones with it. May it encourage a better understanding of the Bible. Oh, and read the whole chapter that shows up in the crossword hints, it’ll make things easier that way.