American Bible Society Releases 10th Annual ‘State of the Bible’ Survey, Shows How COVID-19 Has Impacted Religion and Scripture Engagement
American Bible Society Releases 10th Annual ‘State of the Bible’ Survey, Shows How COVID-19 Has Impacted Religion and Scripture Engagement. Survey Reveals How In-person Church Attendance Directly Impacts Personal Faith and Scripture Reading.
African-Americans Most Bible Engaged in the US – African-Americans have higher levels of Bible engagement than the general U.S. population, which is demonstrated by their beliefs and practices, according to the latest State of the Bible survey by American Bible Society.
America’s Appetite for the Bible Grows – More Americans are expressing interest in increasing their interaction with the Bible, according to the annual State of the Bible research from American Bible Society. The 2018 report reveals a majority of Americans, 57 percent, declare they wish they used the Bible more. While 89 percent of those who are considered Bible Engagedi desire to increase their Bible use, 70 percent of those considered Bible Neutralii are also interested in greater time with the Bible. The findings of Americans’ growing desire for more of the Bible are among a number of Bible stats recently released about Americans’ beliefs and behaviors.
Survey Asks Who Said It: Han Solo or Jesus? – When the Star Wars movie Solo came out, nearly half of Americans are not so fascinated with a galaxy far, far away that they cannot recognize a Jesus quote when they see one. #StarWars #HanSolo #Jesus
The Bible is Better Than Coffee to Jump Start Your Day – People Who Regularly Read Bible Say It’s Better Than Coffee to Jump-Start Their Mornings. #Bible #Coffee
Open the Bible now provides three ways to “know the whole story” of the Bible – With nearly 100,000 worldwide users, Openthebible.org now provides three different, yet powerful journeys through the Bible. #OpentheBible #Bible
American Bible Society’s State of the Bible Shows Insight into Beliefs About Politicians with Half of Americans Think Bible Is Best Hope for Politicians.
Easter Symbols – Easter is replete with many recognized symbols. Tradition plays an important role in Easter celebrations for many families. Cherished traditions and symbols of Easter may include anything from egg hunts to lilies to lambs. Understanding the importance behind these symbols can make sharing the miracle of Easter that much more special. #Easter #EasterSymbols
Over-Scheduled Teens Struggle to Find Time for the Bible. As America’s teens head back to school and the lazy days of summer officially come to a close, new research released today suggests that Bible reading suffers when teens lead busy, over-scheduled lives.
Breaking News: Baptist Army Chaplain Faces Disciplinary Actions – A U.S. Army Chaplain Squires is facing “career-ending” disciplinary actions by the U.S. Army because he did not conduct a marriage retreat that would included same sex couples.
20 things you didn’t know about stroke, that may save a life – Stroke is a leading cause of preventable death, but lack of awareness, education and resources are major barriers to stopping it. During May, American Stroke Month, the American Stroke Association, the world’s leading voluntary organization devoted to saving people from stroke, reveals 20 important things you probably didn’t know about stroke, in recognition of its 20th Anniversary: #Stroke
American Eagle Day – The Bald Eagle is a symbol the United States of America. This is the day when we commemorate the day the eagle was added to the official Seal of the United States of America. Also known as Bald Eagle Day. #AmericanEagleDay #BaldEagleDay #EagleDay
George Washington quote about God, Nation and the Bible – “It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible.”