|American parents who say "teaching teens to abstain from sexual activity is more important than teaching teens to use condoms."||Chance that someone calling a Protestant church will be able to speak to a live person.||Americans who say the story in Exodus of Moses parting the Red Sea is "literally true, meaning it happened that way word-for-word" (91% of evangelical Protestants say this).|
|Parents who say "abstinence for teens and condoms for teens should have equal emphasis."||Chance that a call to a Protestant church will ring unanswered, either by a person or a machine.||Americans who say this about the Genesis account of the Creation (87% of evangelicals agree)|
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