Anyone else run into this comment or one of its variations? As a former Christian I still have some interaction with current Christians, and I'm continually astounded at how many have never actually read the Bible. How can one know that Christianity is the truth without ever actually reading what Christianity is? Now I admit that as a Christian I had never bothered to sit down and read it either. Like many, I just read the parts the pastor pointed out to read. And when I finally did sit down and read all of it, I realized that I didn't believe any of it. I would say that reading the Bible is the main thing that set me on the road towards atheism. Not sure where I'm going with this. I'm just shocked that the Christians I know don't seem to see any problem with never having read the book they proclaim is the word of god. Is this just the Christians I know, or is this common?