The Bible is the most widely read book in world.
According to Pew Research Center, in 2013, over 10 billion people read the Bible each year.
And yet, according to a study by Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, the Bible is also the most expensive book in terms of content.
According the study, the average American spends more than $5,000 per year on reading the Bible, which translates to about $9,600 for a paperback edition of the Bible.
That translates to $2,200 for every person who reads it.
However, according the study’s authors, that amount is a drop in the bucket when you consider that, according it, more than one in five American adults read the bible at least once a week.
The study’s co-author, Richard Wilkinson, told the Daily Beast that he’s concerned that many Americans don’t read the text in the Bible to understand what it means.
“When I hear people say that the Bible isn’t worth the money, that it’s a worthless book, I can only imagine what they mean by that,” Wilkinson said.
“The Bible is a huge treasure trove of information.
But, for some reason, we don’t get to the bottom of why we need it or understand how to use it.”
The study surveyed 1,000 people from around the world, and found that people in developed countries were the most likely to read the Book of Mormon.
According a report in the New York Times, over 70 percent of those surveyed said they had read the book at least one time.
That’s nearly two-thirds of Americans.
While that may seem like a high percentage, that number is even higher in developed nations, where the study found that over half of people said they’d read the Mormon Book of Abraham once.
a recent survey by Pew Research found that Americans are spending nearly $10 billion on the Bible annually, with a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) this year found that about $1.4 billion of that money goes towards buying religious materials, including the Book the Bible and other religious tracts.