A new study suggests that the Bible could be misunderstood.
The study, titled Bible Projectx, was conducted by researchers at the University of Texas and Duke University and has been published in the journal Psychology of Religion.
The researchers used a survey of nearly 2,000 people, asking them how they perceived the Bible, and how they interpret it, in relation to their beliefs about religion.
The survey, which was conducted between August and October 2017, was designed to determine whether or not the survey was accurate and how respondents’ answers influenced their own beliefs.
The results of the study showed that the survey results were inaccurate.
The researchers found that respondents in the survey who identified themselves as Christians, as believers in Jesus Christ and as religious believers, said that they would be more likely to be converted to Christianity if they had a Bible project.
But those who identified as atheists, or as agnostic or non-religious people, said they would not be converted if they did not have a Bible.
“These findings suggest that the majority of people surveyed did not believe that they were converts, even though they were told they would,” the researchers wrote in their paper.
The study also found that the study participants who identified their faith as Christian, as a Christian, or a non-Christian, did not perceive the Bible to be an accurate portrayal of the Christian faith.
“The study shows that people’s interpretations of the Bible are influenced by their own personal beliefs,” said lead researcher Mark L. Pomeranz, an associate professor in the School of Religion at the university.
“But it also shows that they can and do make mistakes when interpreting the Bible.”
The study was conducted at the request of the Southern Baptist Convention.
A version of the survey, conducted in 2017, found that nearly one-quarter of evangelical Christians believed that the Holy Bible was actually a compilation of stories from various religions and that the word of God had a greater role in Christian belief than it does in other religions.
The survey results also showed that many evangelicals who identified with the church do not feel that their faith is a true faith.
For example, 37 percent of respondents identified as agnostics, and only 14 percent identified as believing in the divinity of Jesus Christ.
While the study has been widely criticized for being biased and not scientific, Ligotti said the findings should not be taken as evidence that the church’s teachings are false.
“What is important here is the fact that these are people who are willing to believe things they’re not comfortable with, even if they’re contrary to their own views of Christianity,” Ligotto said.
Ligotti, who has written several books on Christianity, said he is “encouraged” by the results of his study.
“It’s encouraging that people are not just taking the Bible at face value,” he said.
“And the fact is, it’s not only the Bible that’s being interpreted, but the beliefs that are being expressed.
So the more people are able to understand the Bible and come to the conclusion that they’re seeing it as it really is, that they are not being misled, the better.”
The Study’s FindingsIn the study, Logotti found that Christians who identify as Christians are less likely to say that the teachings of Jesus and the Bible have a greater importance in their belief system than those who identify with other religions or who have no religious affiliation.
The more devout Christians are, the less likely they are to believe in Jesus and to believe that the writings of the Holy Scripture represent the true Christian faith, according to the study.
And the less devout Christians say that they believe in a God who created the world and who loves and accepts people, according the study findings.
“This is a stark contrast with other religious groups, which are very supportive of a creator god,” Likert said.
When asked about how they view the Bible’s teachings, most Christians surveyed were more likely than non-Christians to say they believe that “all things are created in God’s image and likeness,” according to Ligotzi’s study.
The least devout Christians were also more likely as non-believers to believe the Bible contains a greater emphasis on the Bible than other religions do.
When the study was first published in 2017 in the Journal of Religion and Health, Likerton said the researchers believed the survey would have been accurate.
“I thought they’d be able to tell us whether or Not everyone is going to be a convert or not,” he told The Huffington Post.
“My initial thought was that maybe there was a misperception of what the survey had found.
And maybe people had misread the survey in some way.
But we did find that there was no way that the misperceptions would affect the results.”
Likert added that he believes the results from the study should not deter Christians from participating in the Bible Project.
“The results suggest that a lot