It's no secret that Christians in this country receive all sorts of little bonuses from the government. They get to have their religion endorsed on currency and in the pledge, they get special access to public land, are infinitely more likely to be elected to public office, get special consideration with their half baked "theories", get free, unmonitored handouts to do unspecified good work,...
And now, it seems, knowing your bible can also get you out of jail time. That's right.
An Ohio Judge decided that a man caught using a stolen credit card was trustworthy enough to be released on an appearance bond because he could recite Psalm 23. Not much of a challenge given that it's one of the more popular passages out there.
Perhaps the judge should have picked something more obscure. Perhaps something on, oh, I don't know, stealing?