Biogenesis Word Search Game

How to play the game

  1. Find the word “animals” in the cladogram below.
  2. Start naming animals.
  3. Check to see who else is playing the game.
  4. Check to see who’s watching the game.
  5. Check to see if the game ever ends.

    First Find Animals

Genesis 2:19 (New King James Version)

19 Out of the ground
the Lord God formed every beast of the field
and every bird of the air,
and brought them to Adam
to see what he would call them.
And whatever Adam called each living creature,
that was its name. . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and we have been naming things happily ever after.
God formed some pretty smart beasts and birds.
God  also  formed  the  REALLY SMART octopus that could transform itself.
Makes you wonder why He made the REALLY SMART octopus that could transform itself
Yet did not invite the REALLY SMART octopus
To play the name game.
Makes you wonder how well He sees Adam’s progeny playing the name game.
Listen carefully to how your fellow players play the name game.
Think carefully about why they may have played their moves in the name game.
Think VERY carefully before you suggest alternate moves.
Think VERY VERY carefully before you move.
Don’t worry over it.
Be moved by good ol’ what’s his name that designed the game.


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