|Billions of dollars Americans gave to 9/11-related charities last year.||Americans who say the world will end in their lifetime.||Americans who say events in the Book of Revelation will come true.|
|Billions of dollars Americans gave to religious groups last year.||U.S. Sunday school attendance in 2001.||U.S. Sunday school attendance in 2000 and 1999.|
Sources: AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy, Time, Barna Research Group.
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