Bible Illiteracy: 60% of Americans Want to Read the Bible They Just Need a Plan: Iabide.org

LISTEN NOW! In America, many are familiar with the Bible when compared to other parts of the world. The question though is, what is the Bible literacy or illiteracy within America? According to a study from The Barna Group, “98% of Americans believe that people should have access to the Bible, and 7 out of 10 believe that the Bible should be in all languages.” It’s good to know that there is a desire for it. Surprisingly though, as the study continues, “In the U.S. more than half of Americans want to read the Bible more.” Many people can often be defeated in their desire to read The Bible as it can be overwhelming, or not even know where to start. With this in mind, we just need a simple plan in order to begin. By being able to begin reading the Bible each and every day, and enjoy it, it will change our lives.  Hear the full statistics from this report, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: abiding, discouragement, languages, and Loren Cunningham. Greg and John shared in this segment.  
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