If you're looking for proof that an increasing number of people are turning to Facebook to discuss faith, you won't have to look any further than the Jesus Daily Facebook page.
According to Allfacebook stats, Jesus Daily has lead Facebook in page engagement for the past 18 weeks, with more interaction taking place between Jesus Daily's 8.4 million fans than there is with Justin Bieber's 35 million Facebook fans.
The Jesus Daily Facebook page isn't run by a religious leader and wasn't created by an organizaiton affiliated with religion. According to The New York Times , the page is run by a North Carolina diet doctor. Dr. Aaron Tabor told The Times that he started the page in 2009 as a hobby.
Fans click "like" and enjoy daily sayings of Jesus like this:
"Well, I'm tired and so weary, but I must go on until my Lord comes and calls me away. Oh, yes! The night is as black as the sea, but Your lamp is my Light. There will be Peace in the valley for me someday. There will be Peace in the valley, oh, Lord I pray! There will be no sadness, sorrows, or troubles I will see when You come for me! How sweet will it be?" - Jesus Daily
What's your take on people turning to social media for religious reasons?
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