Posted by | June 7, 2012 10:53 | Filed under: Top Stories

Of course, this doesn’t explain why so many wealthy people who don’t read the Bible aren’t on welfare. According to David Barton:

Wouldn’t it be interesting to do a study between those that are on welfare and see how much and how often they read the Bible. You know, if Booker T. Washington is right that Christianity and reading the Bible increases your desires and therefore your ability for hard work; if we take that as an axiom, does that mean that the people who are getting government assistance spend nearly no time in the Bible, therefore have no desire, and therefore no ability for hard work? I could go a lot of places with this. I would love to see this proven out in some kind of sociological study, but it makes perfect sense.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.