Bet on Religion A Small Leap of Faith

November 2011
Book Publishing Report;Nov2011, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents a perspective on the acquisition of Thomas Nelson Inc. by HarperCollins Publishers LLC. over its publication of religious book that Thomas Nelson does. Noted is that at least a group of adults are still interested in the specialty of the acquired company. Based on a survey in the spring of 2011, 43 percent among the adults and 45 percent among book subscribers in the U.S. still agreed that it is still important to attend to religious services.


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