"...it is not that the “two-model” view is wrong in seeking to show that inspiration was not always functioning in the same way in the biblical authors. It is simply that it is inadequate: the research model cannot be applied wholesale to the non-prophetic books, even to narratives alone. Short of declaring many of the OT narratives to be fiction, it therefore seems necessary to posit that certain of them, or sections of them, were supernaturally revealed to the authors. The prophetic model, in other words, is far more widespread a phenomenon of Scripture than the “two-model” view would suggest. More than that, it may not be improper to understand that most, if not all, of the biblical writers can be understood to have exercised the prophetic gift."
"Two Models of Inspiration?: The Challenge of the Old Testament Narratives,"
Journal of the Adventist Theological Society: Vol. 28
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/jats/vol28/iss2/2
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