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When is when people should be reading the Bible in their own time, a researcher has said.
A study by University of Melbourne’s Dr Andrew Gee and his colleagues found that the Bible was more accessible when people had a short time to spare, such as the time it took for them to get to work.
Dr Gee’s research found that when people were offered the opportunity to read the Bible at work, they were more likely to do so when the time was short and it was an opportunity to work in the morning.
“When we talk about the Bible as a resource for people, it really is a resource that’s been built up over time, but the real advantage of the Bible is that it’s a relatively easy to digest resource,” Dr Gee said.
“It’s easy to understand, easy to read and easier to share.
It’s a resource everyone can access, whether you’re in your workplace or not.”
The researchers said that if the time came for people to take a break from work and read the book, it was important for them not to be distracted by other distractions.
The Bible is the book that God created and taught about.
It contains all of the commandments, rules and warnings from God, Dr Gees said.
He said the study suggested the time between reading the book was a better time for people than the time they had to wait for the book to be finished.
“We know that people who are most likely to be reading at work are those who have the most time, the shortest working hours, who have a short working day,” he said.
The study also found that people were more comfortable with reading the bible when it was available for free, as opposed to being charged for it.
Dr Gees study was published in the journal Psychological Science.
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