The Bible is a collection of stories that early Christians and Jews debated about being included into the cannon. Some denominations have 66 books in theirs, some have 73. In any case, all evidence tells us that the process for deciding what stories got allowed in the Bible was decided by men who were considered leaders at those times. This is common knowledge, but please research for yourself if you'd like. In light of these facts, how do/why should people come to believe this book to be inerrant and of divine origin when the process of putting the stories together was clearly an act of man?