A look at the apologetic arguments in support of the belief that the books of the Bible are Divinely inspired.
The advantages of the Catholic approach are two: First, the inspiration is really proved, not just "felt."
Second, the main fact behind the proof—the reality of an infallible, teaching Church—leads one naturally to an answer to the problem that troubled the Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:30-31): How is one to know which interpretations are correct?
The same Church that authenticates the Bible, that attests to its inspiration, is the authority established by Christ to interpret his word.
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