The Bible. It can be such a blessing when it is used the right way. When it is used as a teaching tool. When it is used for hope and love. When it is respected. When it is used in context.
God inspired people to write down important things for us to learn. God inspired people to record true events. God inspired a how-to book that would equip us for good work. God inspired a book that proves He is in control, knows all, and He is the only one allowed to judge us in the end.
I had a college professor who did his best to find all of the incongruencies with history, different translations, and point out all of the human fallacies associated with the Bible. He got to me for a long time.
Until I realized. He forgot to enjoy the inspired aspect of the Bible. He forgot to respect its poetry and teachings that would last for an eternity that would outlast any human tinkering. He forgot to lecture on studying the deeper meanings of the Bible. He forgot that God is so much bigger and awesome and creative–that He would never reveal everything.
We are so blessed to have such a record of so many inspired writers.