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(RNS) The world’s best-selling book has made it to the small screen in what is thought to be the first religiously themed game show on a secular network. “The American Bible Challenge” represents a bid to tap the religious market – particularly evangelicals. By Chris Lisee.

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  2. I was pretty excited about this show – a version of Jeopardy wherein all the categories are “The Bible”? Can’t wait!
    But I have been watching it for a little while, and it is so slow-moving and tiresome that it’s not much fun at all. The questions are easy until the very last round, at which point there is a timing issue, as the host talks at length, and slowly, during rounds in which competitors must answer as many questions as possible while the clock ticks. They could all have higher scores if he would stop chatting.
    Gee whiz. Very disappointing.