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    Default State of the Bible 2012

    The good news about the Good Book is that it's still the No. 1 seller of all time, with an estimated 6 billion copies sold.

    The not-so-good news though, according to a new survey by The American Bible Society, is that it's lost a bit of its prominence in affecting people's lives.



    Read more: State of the Bible 2012 | Fox News
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    The part in the article that I found interesting the survey found that when asked about certain spiritual truths, nearly half (46%) of Americans couldn't differentiate between the teachings of the Bible, the Koran, or the Book of Mormon. "There are probably five Bibles on every shelf in American homes. Americans buy the Bibles, they debate the Bible, they love the Bible... they just don't read the Bible."

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    Thanks for posting, now lets go read some...