I can say humans with the Holy Spirit, involved to a unknown degree, wrote the biblical literature. A divine-human partnership. What I can’t believe (right now) is the Bible is unique for its inspiration. Surely the Holy Spirit was involved in C.S. Lewis’s writings, as with Henri Nouwen’s and John Chrysostom’s; even the next Christian living book to be on display at Barnes & Noble is inspired, too. Now I won’t equate inspiration with authority; please tell me I’m mistaken if I’m wrong to believe the New Testament is superior literature only because it’s the oldest Christian literature and whose canon was artificially closed. Is it wrong to believe that your writings are as inspired as the Pauline epistles, accepting the epistles are the more authoritative than yours because the epistles are older and universally accepted as scripture?