"Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" is the phrase I've seen used to describe the Left Behind computer game. A website that I use to stay current about my IT profession, The Inquirer, had a blurb about the LB computer game. From The INQ: "The plot is that Jesus has come back and taken most of his followers in a first sweep, but carelessly leaves behind a few Christians who have to face the armies of the devil. In the game you have to kill or convert these forces of the anti-Christ. While players lose "spirit points" every time they gun down nonbelievers rather than convert them, they can earn these back by having their character pray. So praying with your finger on the trigger seems to be a perfectly good strategy." "The main issue is that the game is getting mainstream distribution and is on sale in Walmart stores but opponents say it encourages religious intolerance. It also teaches kids to think that the secretary-general of the United Nations is the anti-Christ. Other bad guys include rock stars and people with Muslim-sounding names. Much of the opposition to the game comes from liberal Christian groups who feel that mowing people down with guns is a not good way to get on the right side of God. One church has plans to picket Wal-Mart for flogging the game. However, it may take a spot of divine intervention to get any kid, Christian or otherwise to want to buy it. The game is reportedly full of bugs and reviews have averaged about three out of ten. The Maker of the game probably think the media is owned by the anti-Christ rather than conclude the game is pants." Jerry Jenkins and Tim Lahaye are becoming, or possibly have already become, embarrassments.