Study of the Bible’s first four chapters suggests that the Bible is the word of God.
The study, by a team of biblical scholars at the University of Southern California, suggests that “God” is the original author of the first four verses of Revelation.
The study, which was published in the journal Biblica, is based on an analysis of the word order of the four verses.
This allows scholars to better understand how the Bible came to be, and why it became the word it is today.
The team of scholars included Joseph Smith, a prophet of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as well as several other prominent members of the Church of Jesus Jesus Christ, including apostle Gordon B. Hinckley.
In the study, researchers found that the word-order of the words in the Bible was the result of a series of changes made in the ancient Greek language.
These changes included the addition of the Greek letters Χρικός (Αρις), Οντικος (κώτης), and Θειδος, the authors of which are not known.
The word order in Revelation is based around the word Χνθρωπος and not the word στάμεται.
That means that the authorship of the book was determined not by a literary source, but rather by a single person.
The authorship was not a random event.
The word order was determined by Joseph Smith and others, including others who were inspired to write the book.
The authors of the books were the apostles Joseph Smith Jr. and Joseph Fielding Smith, and the early church leader Brigham Young, the LDS Church historian and the author of Doctrine and Covenants, the Book Of Mormon, and other scripture that was later given to the world.
The Book of Mormon is the Book that brought the faith of the ancient prophets to the Americas.
The book was first revealed to the early Latter-Day Saints by Joseph Fields Smith in 1829.
Since then, the book has been the subject of several attempts to rewrite it, most notably by Joseph’s grandson Joseph Smith III in 2015.
The Bible Study is based not only on the Bible, but also on the ancient world.
As the Bible has been translated over the centuries, it has been edited to make it more understandable to today’s readers.
As this study demonstrates, the Bible still contains many errors, and we can’t be sure the ancient Hebrew language would have been used in a modern context.
However, the work has shown that the words used in the Hebrew scriptures were not the same as the ancient language of the New Testament.
This article originally appeared on The Christian Science Monitor.