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Bible Review: The Aetherlight Bible

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Bible Review: The Aetherlight Bible


The Aetherlight Bible

Publisher: Tyndale
Release date: August 1, 2016
Reviewed by: Lori Twichell

“This Bible is AWESOME!” those are the words that were spoken by my son within seconds of opening this Bible and I have to say that I agree.

This is not your typical Bible. You may be able to tell that from the cover, but what you might not realize is that this Bible is connected to an online video game. You can find it here and it’s free to play.


Here’s a quick blurb from the website:

Once a beautiful land, Aethasia is now covered by a sickly pervasive fog that corrupts everything it touches. But all is not lost. Rumors are spreading of a fledgling Resistance, who have the courage and audacity to try and restore Aethasia to its former glory, and to reinstate The Great Engineer back to the throne of Aethasia.

And that Resistance needs you!


The Aetherlight Bible works hand in hand with the game and let me reiterate – it is really cool! It’s small enough to tuck into a backpack or carry to church and it is designed to captivate the mind. Throughout the pages are character introductions, story elements from the game and of course – Bible verses and study. Each of these tie-ins to the game is Biblically based and both the Bible and the game dovetail together to create a cohesive universe. There are also unlock codes in the Bible as well that will open up bonus features to the game.

The Bible itself is New Living Translation and it has a full concordance in the back as well as a 365 day reading plan. It’s decorated throughout in a steampunk style to match the game, but each page has colorful accents and fun sayings.


If you have a young gamer in your life, snag this Bible and see about getting them connected to The Aetherlight game! It’s about time we had some fun, family friendly, Bible based games out there to keep our kids minds on the right sort of things!


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