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Study: Bible reading makes a difference

The Center for Bible Engagement (CBE) has completed a study that shows that Bible reading makes a difference. The bottom line is that reading or listening to the Bible four or more times per week leads to positive moral choices. … Continue reading

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What’s More Important Than Biblical Literacy?

Polls show that knowledge of the Bible is dropping like a rock in America–even in the churches.  That’s a huge problem, of course, but the biggest problem, says Scripture Union USA president Whitney Kuniholm, isn’t biblical illiteracy but the decline … Continue reading

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Different Generations View of the Bible

Interesting and disturbing study of the view of the Bible by different generations, done by the Barna Research Group. All of the advances, including the amazing news strides in technology, Biblical literacy and centrality is declining at an alarming pace.

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