A Bible verse may be a popular holiday wallpaper, but it may be harder to fix.
A recent study found that the Bible’s verses are often hard to remove.
“The Bible has been around for hundreds of years, and we know it’s hard to change its meanings.
The Bible is a great, but the words can be misunderstood,” said Dr. Mark Johnson, the study’s author.
The findings, published in the journal PLOS ONE, also found that more than a quarter of the Bible verses could be easily removed.
Johnson said that even though the Bible is an ancient text, it can still be used as a reference, especially in hospitals and nursing homes.
“We know that the people who are in charge of the Scriptures are very sensitive to changes in text and interpretation.
So the Bible could be a great reference to doctors or to nurses, but we know that can be misused in the wrong way.”
Johnson said a more recent study of some of the most common Bible verses found that about 90% of them could be removed.
In the study, Johnson and his colleagues used the software software Open Textions, which automatically analyzes text and can automatically remove the words that have been altered.
Johnson told the Huffington Post that most people will not even notice they have altered a Bible passage, which makes it even easier to remove them.
The researchers found that nearly 40% of the verses they analyzed were too small to be easily erased, while the remaining 80% were too large to be erased, Johnson said.
The study, which also included experts from the University of Chicago, the University at Buffalo and the University in Wisconsin, found that most of the people using Bible verses to decorate their rooms did so for religious or personal reasons, Johnson told the Washington Post.
“People who are looking for a religious theme, they’re not looking for something that is going to get them out of a meeting or to the bathroom, they want something that has a religious significance,” he said.
“They don’t want something where you have to take out a Bible and say, ‘I’m going to read this to you today.'”
Johnson said people who were not religious, like children or adults, were not likely to know that Bible verses are difficult to remove from a room.
“When you’re reading this text, you’re really just looking for the words to be on the page.
You don’t know what the Bible means.
And that’s the kind of person who might have an issue with the Bible,” Johnson said.”
But for the rest of us, who are more sensitive to changing a verse, we have to think more carefully and consider what is appropriate and what is not,” he added.
Johnson, who is also an expert in Christian iconography, said people are drawn to religious themes because they feel like they are in a place where they belong.
“It’s a beautiful, beautiful, symbolic image that has been given to us by God,” he explained.
“So when we see this image, we see God and it’s like, wow, this is beautiful, God has given us this, and I want to be part of this.
That’s why I do it.”
Johnson and his team are now working on ways to remove Bible verses from the walls of nursing homes, hospitals and hospitals.