It's always tricky to combine learning with fun, but especially difficult when it comes to learning about the Bible. While Jack Thompson rants against video games for being "immoral" and "unacceptable" and "killing his family," a few companies are trying to put the hand of God back on the controller.
Not surprisingly, devout fundamentalists often make incredibly bad game designers. A little less expected is their muddling of the message of the Bible. Seth Brown of Cracked.com takes a look through six of the most preposterous religious video games, evaluating them on sheer ridiculousness, as well as Biblical coherence to answer the ultimate question: What would Jesus play?