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2 ok, a totally different idea here as the last one sounded very different than I meant and was maybe a non-answer
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Only a part ofBy asking what the Bible is directly God's speech. The whole Bible is inspired by Godsays, but written by humansyou know what you get. Now, as a human writer has written a passage that's part of the Bible

If you ask what God says, we can generalize by saying that what the writer says, the Bible says.you hear what

  • the Bible says
  • the Pope says
  • a prophet I know says
  • a lunatic thinking they're God says
  • the Qur'an says

But can we really claim that what the writer says, God says?You get the idea.

Only a part of the Bible is directly God's speech. The whole Bible is inspired by God, but written by humans. Now, as a human writer has written a passage that's part of the Bible, we can generalize by saying that what the writer says, the Bible says.

But can we really claim that what the writer says, God says?

By asking what the Bible says, you know what you get.

If you ask what God says, you hear what

  • the Bible says
  • the Pope says
  • a prophet I know says
  • a lunatic thinking they're God says
  • the Qur'an says

You get the idea.

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Only a part of the Bible is directly God's speech. The whole Bible is inspired by God, but written by humans. Now, as a human writer has written a passage that's part of the Bible, we can generalize by saying that what the writer says, the Bible says.

But can we really claim that what the writer says, God says?