Biblical Narrators: Who Are They? Necessary and Inspired?
All reasonable minded Christians accept the Bible as a human/Divine Product. God is the real Author of the Bible. "Holy men wrote as they were moved..." and "All Scripture is given by inspiration." The books of the Bible are named after the writers (John, James, Jeremiah, Isaiah, etc.) or the main event (e.g. Genesis, Lamentations, Judges, Acts, etc.). Who are the narrators of the Bible? Are they the writers or scribes? Are they inspired? Are there one in each book? Are narrators necessary for understanding the biblical message? Please cite resources and/or sober reasonings in your responses. Thanks. CM