Is the bible a perfect book with no flaws, or does it contain errors? Can we count on the bible to be God's word of instruction and inspiration? If it is not the perfect Word of God, do we still follow it 100% or do we pick and choose what appears to be correct and view the rest as just a good story? Have we over-scrutinized the bible to the point that we are losing our focus on what we should be and do? Are we putting the bible before the cross and Christ crucified? I know, that's a lot of questions but an inquiring mind wants to know I am always interested in how non-Christians view our faith because it tells us how we are doing in the world (and right now I don't think we are doing a good job), but it is also interesting to see inside the faith and what our brothers and sisters view as truth. I do have my answer for all of the above but please humor me!