Right, not directly his own words (well not always), but definitely the ideas and direction. He would not allow the human writer to influence it so that is twisted into something that was not intended.Originally Posted by Squall7
You've misunderstood the quote. It's saying that the Bible can be used FOR correction, not to be corrected.Also in the quote of the bible, it allows people to retell what God 'wants'. I thought God was meant to be perfect? How can the bible (which was supposedly influenced by God himself) need 'corrections'?