I am wondering if any astronauts took a copy of the Holy Bible into space. I know the crew of Apollo 8 read part of Genesis 1 in space, but I am wondering if anyone took a full Holy Bible into space.
The astronauts' personal preference kit allowances were small enough that carrying a large format bible would be inconvenient. However, several microfilm copies of the Bible were taken on Apollo missions.
Later Apollo missions did leave a Bible on the Moon, in what amounts to a "ziploc bag." (They also left family photos in a bag. However, like the American Flags, all of these would have eventually been bleached white by the very strong sunlight, oh well.) So, the answer to your question is, yes, but only on the later missions. NASA gave strong orders after Apollo 8 to downplay any religious talk. This is because they were sued by atheist O'Hair. I hope this helps.