Despite the name, you don't need to be a Christian to play this game. You don't even need a deep knowledge of the Bible. A twisted sense of humour is much more useful.
A Game for “Good” Christians is card game which shows what you get if “Cards Against Humanity” and a conservative Christian seminary had a love child. Or if Apples to Apples was made by thoughtful pastors who read more than the footnotes in an NIV Bible.
A Game for “Good” Christians is made for people of all levels of Biblical knowledge, Jews, gentiles, atheists and agnostics: whether you dropped out of Sunday or Saturday school, or are throwing good money after bad in seminary, you’re guaranteed hours of thought-provoking fun, until the Rapture hits, or God strikes your house with lightning.
The cards capture stories, characters, and statements from the Bible. Some familiar and comforting, others frightening and confusing. Those who have been uncomfortable playing this game have had the most trouble with Canon Cards which quote directly from the Bible without any clever commentary from us.
If you feel like a horrible person afterwards, you're probably doing it right, but remember: blame the player, not the game.
Your God sucks if He/She/It does. Besides, of all the things you’ve done, do you really think this will be the straw that breaks The Camel’s back?