Gil Libble, of Harperdam, Oklahoma texted me to ask, “Are the books of the Infinitian bible the literal word of God One.”
Gil, I’ll let it pass that you said “Infinitian bible” rather than just “bible.” The Infinitian bible is the only true bible. The others are frauds.
Despite your flagrant heresy, I’m giving you a lot of leeway because you sent me one of the best questions I’ve been asked in an awfully long time. Your query provides an outstandingly vivid and extremely depressing indication of the exceptional ignorance of the people who bother to ask me questions.
The answer to your question is, yes and no. There are some books of the bible that credit authors other than God One, such as the Book of Proverbs. God One claims to have inspired the authors of those books of the bible. We have no reason to doubt Him. Nevertheless He did not directly write or specifically cause to be written the words in those particular books.
In contrast, books of the bible that are not specifically attributed to another author are the direct, literal word of God One. Sort of.
The Rhetorically Literal Word of God
God One did not actually inscribe the words on parchment or carve them into stone. Instead, He dictated them to whichever Infinitian Sage was alive and available at the time God One was inspired to write another book of the bible. The Sage then committed those words to printed text.
However, the fact that he used a stenographer is not why I said “sort of” regarding his authorship. You won’t find what I’m about to say written anywhere in the scripture, and I’m probably going to be punished in this life and the next for saying it, but the truth is that God One is terrible at spelling and grammar.
Can you blame him? He’s a busy deity. He doesn’t have time to learn all of the persnickety rules of spelling and grammar, let alone apply them. Instead, He insists that the transcribing Sage copyedit His work.
Of course, Sages are only human and, therefore, they are even more fallible than God One. That’s why the original bible is filled with spelling, grammar, continuity and consistency errors. Many of those mistakes have been corrected over the years, but some are still there.
There is also a widespread belief that God One plagiarized some portions of the bible from the bibles that other Gods’ gave their creations. God One refuses to confirm or deny the validity of these rumors.
There is one exception to what I’ve said above. Although they are not actually part of the bible as such, God One’s 12 Guidelines were written directly by God One and not altered by anyone. It is said that he spent a lot of time crafting the 12 Guidelines and, in light of all of the hard work he put into it, He refuses to allow anyone to edit them in any way. It’s a matter of pride and arrogance. That’s a pity because, in truth, they are not terribly well written.