Members of your congregation, like many other Americans, are likely to have a positive view of the Bible. But, compared to others, what is their relationship with the Word really like? Read More »
Most Americans say they’re curious about what the Bible says, but the curiosity comes more from those who already have their Bibles open. Read More »
If you’re looking for Christians who read the Bible regularly and believe it is the Word of God, you might want to start at a historically black congregation. Read More »
America has a literacy problem. Almost 14 percent of the adult population cannot read. But illiteracy isn’t just a problem in secular society. A far worse kind of illiteracy affects the church: Biblical illiteracy. Read More »
Facts & Trends talked to David Allen and Tom Schreiner, who co-chaired the translation oversight committee, as well as Trevin Wax, LifeWay’s Bible and Reference publisher, about the revision and what sets the CSB apart from other translations. Read More »
If we are to live under the authority of God’s Word, we need to understand what God’s Word is saying. For this reason, we need a translation we can rely on, one that faithfully reflects the original manuscripts and clearly communicates with readers today. Read More »
The Bible might be the most beloved and neglected book in America. Americans love the Bible so much almost everyone—87 percent of households—has a copy.
Still, many Americans never get around to reading the Scriptures. Only one in five reads the Bible every day or has read the whole thing. Meanwhile, a third say they never pick it up. Read More »