These last few weeks I have posted why I believe it is best to assume the entire Bible is not inspired by God. I addressed several questions one might raise if arguing the Bible isn’t inspired. See here. I know many readers may disagree. I am interested in your feedback. See my email address below. If you believe it is best to assume the Bible is inspired by God, how would you answer the below questions. I will respond to your email unless you advise otherwise:
- How do you prove that the Bible is inspired? I admit I cannot prove the Bible isn’t inspired
- I have stated what may be negative consequences if you assume the Bible is inspired by God such as provoking violence and other evils See here. What are the negative consequences if one assumes the Bible isn’t inspired?
- If you think the Bible is inspired by God, how can we know what is “biblical truth” since interpretation is required and we don’t all agree?
- If you think parts of the Bible are inspired by God, how can we determine inspired vs uninspired passages?
- If you believe the Bible is inspired, how is that different than if we believe God still inspires us today — such as an article, a song, a thought to take action, etc.?
Mike Edwards has been writing for Done with Religion for some time and has been a great addition to the site. Mike also has his own site where he writes that can be found at What God May Really Be Like He can be contacted by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org