Recently, I went to a liberal Christian seminary to use their library materials. Throughout the building, English translations of passages from the Tanakh (and probably the Christian New Testament) were engraved on the floor. Is it right to assume that there is a problem with stepping over those engravings? What would be the relevant references for this situation?
Is there a halachic problem with the Columbia University seal on the floor of the library? is relevant but seems focused on cases in which one or another of the names of God appears in Hebrew. Columbia is also a secular university, where use of the seal might be regarded as simply a matter of tradition, whereas the seminary clearly engraved the words as an expression of Christian piety.
While researching a different problem, I came across a Conservative teshuva on shemot that argued that sacred books prepared by Gentiles for Gentile use are not sanctified, but, aside from the question of whether or not non-Orthodox opinions are valid, I am unsure if this situation is sufficiently similar. (I also have not read through the teshuva in full, so I may be missing context.)