Each year, the German Book Exchange (Börsenblatt des Deutschen Buchhandels) publishes statistics concerning the sale of books in Germany. Those for 2010 have been published today (4th March) and prove interesting reading for Christians. Since 2009, there has been an all round increase of 18.4 percent sales in Christian books. Bible-buying has gone up by 14.6 percent.      There has also been an increase of 0.7 per cent on Jewish literature and 2.9 percent on other non-Christian religious books. Sales of dictionaries of religions have dropped by 11.6 percent and prayer and hymnbooks by 6 percent.      Coupled with this, there is a marked increase in the number of young people who wish to study theology. For instance, the… Full Article

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