Easter is just a few bunny hops away, but the percentage of Americans who will search for eggs or otherwise mark the occasion is in decline, according to a new study on Bible readership.
A Washington Times article bearing the unbiased headline “Going to hell in a handbasket” says, for the first time, the number of Americans skeptical of the Bible is equal to the number who believe the words are inspired directly by God and contain no errors except for maybe a few of the tricky passages.
Overall, the number of Americans skeptical of the Bible has increased 10 percent since 2011, according to the 2014 “State of the Bible” report by The American Bible Society.
Who do we have to blame for this portent of doom?
Young people, the so-called “Millennial Generation” (who range in age from 18-29) must be too busy taking “selfies” or copying-and-pasting links on Reddit to heed the