The Bible show us The Being Who makes us able to be a being. The collection of 66 books focus on That Most High Being without Whom no being or existence is possible. The Words of God are there to mould or form each creature of God. By allowing that Word of God to form us we can become reconstituted or 'made anew' by the Former God.
In the first three parts of the Bible (Torah or Law, Prophets and first or Hebrew Writings) the focus is on showing Who is behind everything and What is His Name and Plan or purpose with the universe and mankind. The last three parts (the 2nd or Messianic writings) present with the writings of the apostles (gospels and Acts of the apostles), letters from the apostles and the Revelation of John, the solution God has for mankind and shows the way to God and to the Kingdom of God.
There are no proven external defects in the witnesses all those Biblical authors and contradictory to the adversaries their sayings and writings, no internal defects in their testimony can be found either.
We can look at the biblical authors as Witnesses for Jehovah God, the divine Creator of many universes, as people who were called to testify before humankind and in several occasions were even willing to give up their life for what they considered to be the truth.
In the Eastern and Western world, philosophy has spawned endless debates about the big life questions but showed that reason alone has not proved adequate to lead people to wide-spread agreement.
In the word there are many words going around, which makes us to decide which words we want to follow. There is the need to believe in the Maker of all things haven given His Word to mankind and considering it the truth. when the divine Maker is not a verity His word also can not be a reality and a truth. we look at the exclusive god between the many gods and how His word by coming from the Highest of all His Words should also be recognised as from the Highest and pure.
The Book of books consisting of 66 books by 40 authors over a period of several years is often put aside by people calling themselves Christian, giving much more preference to human teachings and doctrines instead following the infallible Word of God given to mankind with the Bible.