The thesis of this article is that late modern people are skeptical of the God of the Bible, and many do not believe the Scriptures are divinely inspired. In the face of growing opposition, there is sufficient evidence to prove that the Holy Scriptures are the inspired Word of God. The research problem is that late modern people may hear what the Christian is trying to communicate about God and the Bible, but they do not accept the evidence because of biased presuppositions about the supernatural. Because of this, the objective of this research is to determine whether or not the Holy Scriptures are the divinely inspired Word of God. The research method is broken up into two main parts: an exegetical analysis of four appropriate passages, and a discussion of common objections to the orthodox claim of inspiration. The key results conclude that the Bible does indeed claim to be the word of God. When the testimony of Scripture is weighed against the evidence, the evidence strongly supports the position that the Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God.
Luebbehusen, Evan A.
"The Divine Inspiration of Scripture,"
Diligence: Journal of the Liberty University Online Religion Capstone in Research and Scholarship: Vol. 8
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/djrc/vol8/iss1/5