|Increase in sales for magazines featuring Jesus as the primary cover subject.||Non-Christian Americans who say they have a favorable impression of evangelicals.||Britain's 12-year-olds who know Easter celebrates the Resurrection|
|Increase in sales for magazines featuring the Bible as the primary cover subject.||Those who say they have an unfavorable impression of evangelicals.||Northern Ireland's 15-and 16-year olds who believe sex outside marriage is wrong|
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Stories referenced above include:
Jesus rocks on the newsstand—Folio (Dec. 1, 2002)
Pupils 'disagree' with Church over sex—BBC (Dec. 5, 2002)
Schools 'failing to teach pupils basic message of Christianity'—The Daily Telegraph, London (Dec. 15, 2002)
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