What Books do Americans Consider Holy?

Sam Rainer

July 7, 2008

The Barna Group just released some fascinating survey results on what our pluralistic culture considers a holy book. Surprisingly, while 84% of the public named the Bible as a holy book, no other religious text garnered more than 4% support for being a “holy book” or “sacred literature.”

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Clearly, these results are encouraging. But do you have any thoughts on why so many would support the Bible as a holy book but not other texts such as the Koran, Torah, or Book of Mormon?

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