A new survey finds that while Americans like the bible and think it is important very few of them read it on a regular basis. The American Bible society conducted the survey through phone interviews and online surveys to about two-thousand people. More than half of participants said they think the Bible has too little influence on culture, yet only one in five participants said they read the Bible on a regular basis. Seventy-seven-percent said they believe the nation's morality is headed downhill, and 88-percent said they they own a bible. Eighty-percent said they believe the Bible is sacred, and 61-percent wish they read the bible more often. They survey found that the average household has 4.4 Bibles. Fifty-seven-percent admitted they only read the bible four times per year or less, while 26-percent said they read their Bible four or more times per week. (Huffington Post)