We admit it—we didn't even crack the covers of either of these tomes, and probably wouldn't flip through the Torah, the Koran, or a book on Scientology either. It's just not our bag, especially when we're either traveling for work or enjoying a hotel room on vacation.
But in these spiritually-challenging times, we realize that some hotel guests may need a spot of inspiration or religious clarity before they tuck themselves in at night. But should that inspiration come from the Bible? Or another religious text? We're all meant to be hyper-aware of cultural sensitivities these days, and politically correct when it comes to people's belief systems. So how can a hotel cater to everyone? Should they even bother?
Tell us: Do you read the Bible or any other religious literature during your hotel stays? Would you? Do you think hotels should ditch the bible-in-the-drawer practice altogether, or perhaps make a range of religious books available on Kindles or another media device?
We could go on and on with the questions—but what we really want to know is what you think. Share your stance on religious texts in hotel rooms in the comments below. Preach away!