So what percentage of the world’s 6,101 languages do you think have translations of the Bible? WRONG (probably)!
The Barna Group has conducted a study of Americans’ perceptions of how accessible the Bible is globally. Most Americans think the Bible is more available than it really is. See the findings–as well as the correct statistics–after the jump.
Of the world’s 6,101 languages actively used as first languages, less than half have a complete translation of the Bible. If this number surprises you, you aren’t alone. Nearly three-quarters of Americans mistakenly believe the Bible is currently available in all of the world’s languages (72%).