Correct/Incorrect Views Of Inspiration

a. The dictation view states that God dictated every word of the Bible to men who simply wrote the words down.
b. The conceptual view says that God gave the ideas to men who were left to their own abilities to record them.
d. The natural inspiration view holds that Scripture was written as a result of natural excitement or genius such as any good musi-cian or poet might experience.
2. The correct (dual-authorship) view is that Scripture is a combination of human and di-vine authorship. God revealed the subject matter and supervised its writing so that it was free from error. Yet, God allowed the human author latitude in his own diction, idioms, and logic. The result of dual-authorship is that, while each human author wrote in a unique style, the end product said what God wanted communicated and did so without error. Many verses assert that both God and the human author wrote a particular section

Mat 1:21  And she will give birth to a son; and you will give him the name Jesus; for he will give his people salvation from their sins.
Mat 1:22  Now all this took place so that the word of the Lord by the prophet might come true,
Mat 1:23  See, the virgin will be with child, and will give birth to a son, and they will give him the name Immanuel, that is, God with us.
Mat 1:24  And Joseph did as the angel of the Lord had said to him, and took her as his wife;
Mat 1:25  And he had no connection with her till she had given birth to a son; and he gave him the name Jesus.

Mat 2:15  And was there till the death of Herod; so that the word of the Lord through the prophet might come true, Out of Egypt have I sent for my son.

Mat 22:43  He says to them, How then does David in the Spirit give him the name of Lord,

Mar 12:36  David himself said in the Holy Spirit, The Lord said to my Lord, Be seated at my right hand, till I put those who are against you under your feet.

Act 1:6  So, when they were together, they said to him, Lord, will you at this time give back the kingdom to Israel?

Act 2:16  But this is the thing which was said by the prophet Joel;

Act 3:18  But the things which God had made clear before, by the mouth of all the prophets, that the Christ would have to undergo, he has put into effect in this way.

Act 4:25  Who has said, by the Holy Spirit, through the mouth of our father David your servant, Why are the nations so violently moved, and why are the thoughts of the people so foolish?

Act 28:25  And they went away, for there was a division among them after Paul had said this one thing: Well did the Holy Spirit say by the prophet Isaiah to your fathers,

Act 28:25  And they went away, for there was a division among them after Paul had said this one thing: Well did the Holy Spirit say by the prophet Isaiah to your fathers,

Act 28:25  And they went away, for there was a division among them after Paul had said this one thing: Well did the Holy Spirit say by the prophet Isaiah to your fathers,

1Co 14:37  If any man seems to himself to be a prophet or to have the Spirit, let him take note of the things which I am writing to you, as being the word of the Lord.

1Ti 4:1  But the Spirit says clearly that in later times some will be turned away from the faith, giving their minds to spirits of deceit, and the teachings of evil spirits,

Heb 1:5  To which of the angels did God say at any time, You are my Son, this day I have given you being? or, I will be his Father, and he will be my Son?
Heb 1:6  And again, when he is sending his only Son into the world, he says, Let all the angels of God give him worship.
Heb 1:7  And of the angels he says, Who makes his angels winds, and his servants flames of fire:
Heb 1:8  But of the Son he says, Your seat of power, O God, is for ever and ever; and the rod of your kingdom is a rod of righteousness.
Heb 1:9  You have been a lover of righteousness and a hater of evil; and so God, your God, has put the oil of joy on your head more than on the heads of those who are with you.
Heb 1:10  You, Lord, at the first did put the earth on its base, and the heavens are the works of your hands:
Heb 1:11  They will come to their end; but you are for ever; they will become old as a robe;
Heb 1:12  They will be rolled up like a cloth, even like a robe, and they will be changed: but you are the same and your years will have no end.
Heb 1:13  But of which of the angels has he said at any time, Take your seat at my right hand till I put all those who are against you under your feet?

Heb 2:12  Saying, I will give the knowledge of your name to my brothers, I will make a song of praise to you before the church.
Heb 2:13  And again he says, I will put my faith in him. And again, See, I am here, and the children which God has given to me.

Heb 3:7  And so, as the Holy Spirit says, Today if you let his voice come to your ears,

Heb 4:7  After a long time, again naming a certain day, he says in David, Today as he had said before, Today if you will let his voice come to your ears, be not hard of heart,

Heb 10:15  And the Holy Spirit is a witness for us: for after he had said,

“…which the Holy Spirit foretold by the mouth of David…” [Acts 1:16].
“…this is what was spoken of through the prophet Joel” [Acts 2:16].
“…God announced beforehand by the mouth of all the prophets…” [Acts 3:18].
“…through the mouth of our father David Thy servant, didst say…” [Acts 4:25].
…“The Holy Spirit rightly spoke through Isaiah the prophet to your fa-thers” [Acts 28:25].

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