Sunday, September 8, 2013 , Updated 12:00 p.m., September 27, 2013
Casting call: GSN’s American Bible Challenge seeks holy braniacs
Are you smarter than a Sunday Schooler?
DALLAS Do you know your Ezra from Esau? Can you impress your friends with your ability to cite the books of the New Testament in order? Do you actually know what myrrh is?
Then you should probably grab some similarly knowledgeable friends and head down to Le Meridien Dallas hotel at the Galleria on September 28, when The American Bible Challenge is hosting a casting call for season three from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The American Bible Challenge, hosted by Jeff Foxworthy and Arlington-based gospel great Kirk Franklin, is a one-hour show on the Game Show Network that pits teams against each other in Bible trivia. It’s not just about Biblical bragging rights, though — each team plays to benefit a charitable organization.
The press release says teams hoping to get cast “should have competitive spirits, great personal testimonies, and of course, an outstanding knowledge of the Bible.”
If you can’t make it for the September 28 session in Dallas, you can apply on GSN’s website.
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