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Evangelicals embrace Bible apps

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 @ 12:34

EVANGELICAL Christians are embracing smart technology to keep up their daily Bible-reading schedules, a new report suggests.

A third of those questioned for the Evangelical Alliance's research report Time for Discipleship? use Bible apps on their smartphones or tablets, to help fit daily devotional reading into their lifestyles.

The report, published this month, questioned 1744 people. Ninety-eight per cent of them agreed that they can see God at work in their ...

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