Friday, July 27, 2012

Free Will...

On Monday, April 9, 2012, The Windsor Star published an article entitled, Brits don't know Easter story: Poll.  Here is a link, so you can read it, yourself:  http://www.windsorstar.com/entertainment/Brits+know+Easter+story+Poll/6429230/story.html

However, I realize some of you cannot open links, and since this article is fairly short, I will repost it, here:

A straw poll by The Sunday Telegraph, in England, in which people were asked five questions about the Easter story, found that some of the most basic details were known by as few as half of those polled.
Only about half of those quizzed - 55 per cent - were able to correctly name Judas Iscariot - or at least "Judas" - as the betrayer of Jesus. One of those taking part, Alexis Smith, 30, from Huddersfield, said Jesus had been betrayed by Judas Priest while Paige Johnson, 19, from Water Orton, Warwickshire, said it had been Christ's brother. Other responses included Peter, Moses, "Nazarus" and "Judas Escargot."