Ok so we have two main types of religious people in relation to the bible. We have those who take the bible literally, every paragraph, line and word. Then we have those who choose how to interpret the bible, perhaps finding some particular relevance to their own lives or in a way that suits their particular viewpoint. Lets take this first group, the people who the bible literally, these people have a big problem in as much as large sections of the bible are just not relevant to modern life, some of the practices are certainly not acceptable in modern society and if they happen to have any misprints in their copies of the bible well they will really have problems, i.e. having a bible with the misprint of "faith, hop and charity", might lead them to believe that it necessary to spend their lives 'hopping'. Now lets take this second group, what we can say about these people is that they don't take the bible literally but they do use bits of to give meaning to and justify their actions. The real problem that this group has is that there is absolutely no guarantee that their interpretations will be the same as those of others. In fact with the correct wording selected and a suitable interpretation placed upon it, it could then be used to justify just about any different course of action or particular viewpoint. So why is it a catch 22 situation? Because no matter how anyone chooses to read or use the bible they can never really use it in the way it was intended for at the time of writing, thus for anyone who tries ultimately fails and ends misusing it. Thus to try is to fail and this is the catch 22.