Bible Belt

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The approximate extent of the Bible Belt, indicated in red

The Bible Belt is term for a part of the United States in which many people believe in conservative Evangelical Protestantism.[1][2] This makes it a dominant part of the culture. The Bible Belt is mainly located in the Southern United States.

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  1. Barry Vann (2008), In search of Ulster-Scots land: the birth and geotheological imagings of a transatlantic people, 1603–1703, Univ of South Carolina Press, ISBN 1-57003-708-6, ISBN 978-1-57003-708-5. Pages 138–140.
  2. S. W. Tweedie (1978) Viewing the Bible Belt. Journal of Popular Culture 11: 865-76