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Frequently in our religious debates I want to quote the Bible only to have to resort to Googling the exact passage I need, since I don't at the moment posses a copy of the book. Now there's an app that should be useful for both theists and atheists when they want to reference the Bible. Here's what Ron Schenone over at Lockergnome says in his review:
It appears that the developers of the YouVersion Bible were serious in its development, making sure that the application would be supported
To most Christians, the Bible is like a software license.
Nobody actually reads it. They just scroll to the bottom and click "I agree." (Anon.)
With the recession, shoplifting is on the rise, according to booksellers. At BookPeople in Austin, Tex., the rate of theft has increased to approximately one book per hour. I asked Steve Bercu, BookPeople’s owner, what the most frequently stolen title was.
“The Bible,” he said, without pausing.