American adults who say they read the Bible during a typical week, aside from at church. Share of the adult population in 1992 that listened to Christian radio in a given month. Average amount given by Catholics to their churches in 2004.




American evangelicals who say they read the Bible at least weekly. Share that listens in 2005 (due to a 33 percent drop among non-Christians). Average given by Protestants.


Average given by evangelicals.

Source: The Barna Group

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Sources: Barna's studies, Changes in America's Religious Beliefs and Practices, Americans Donate Billions to Charity, But Giving to Churches Has Declined, and More People Use Christian Media Than Attend Church, have more stats about Bible reading, radio listening, and giving.

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