According to Christian mythos, the Bible was written by mere mortals who claimed to by "inspired" by God. However, if anyone else claims to be inspired by God, they are scoffed at and denounced.
Why is that?
Why is the Bible considered the "truth" and all other inspired works disregarded?Answer Question
Answer by ObbyDobbie at 10:17 AM on Jun. 3, 2011
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Answer by bandgeek521 at 10:57 AM on Jun. 3, 2011
Because as for as the bible goes there is only one truth. God said everything that He needed to say that is it. There is not one question that you can ask that the bible doesn't have the answer to. There is nothing new, no situations that God has not already made provision for. The hardest thing for a none believer is to let go of self. You can not have any part of you in understanding the things of God. God has to give you the wisdom. God is the living God. Only he can give you the truth about his self. You have to believe that he is God first. Once you believe in him he will reveal to you the things of him. Only God can give revelations about the things of him.
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