OccupyGh.com has gathered that Bible demand has hit China, forcing a shortage on the market.

CNN Business reported the majority of American publishers that print the Bible to have to do it in China because the large size of the book requires special machinery not yet developed in the U.S. amidst the wake of Coronavirus pandemic.

The word count of the average bible is roughly 800,000 words, and it requires the text to be printed on very thin pages.

Bible Shortage Hits China Amidst Coronavirus Scare
Bible Shortage Hits China Amidst Coronavirus Scare

HarperCollins Christian Publishing, a leading Bible publisher in the U.S., said that three-fourths of its Bible production takes place in China, according to CNN.

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It’s believed that the Chinese have no believed in God and religion in the world. Few Chinese are both Christians and Muslims. Others are Buddhists and monks.

According to some Chinese researchers, they believed that monks are holier than God of CHRISTIANITY and ISLAMIC. So they rather worship monks.

This seems to be changing amidst the outbreak of COVID-19. Visit OccupyGh.com for more stories.