“Is the Old Testament dying? Maybe, but less so for African-Americans and Mormons”

 

1894 Monet Rouen
One of Claude Monet’s many paintings of Rouen Cathedral — this one from 1894
(Wikimedia Commons public domain)

 

I very much wish that the level of biblical literacy among Latter-day Saints — and in myself — were much higher.  That said, though, we’re apparently still doing better than most American Christians:

 

http://www.sltrib.com/news/5306163-155/is-the-old-testament-dying-maybe?fullpage=1

 

That may be rather like being the tallest building in Tooele, or the highest mountain in Kansas.  Still, though, it’s something.

 

Posted from Carentan, Normandy, France

 

 

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