It is important to take note of the human agency through which God gave his inspired Word. The main objection of the author of this article is against those who hold to the view that God dictated his Word to the writers of the biblical text. The author contends that God inspired men to write Scripture, and in turn refers to the way people like David, Moses, and others were involved in the writing of the Bible.
The doctrine of inspiration does not deny the instrumentality of man in writing Scripture. This article argues that the Spirit controlled the writers of Scripture so that they wrote expressly what he desired and yet at the same time were responsible individuals whose personalities were not stifled. It also deals with an objection against this view that attributes fallibility to Scripture due to its human authors.
Young wants to account for the origin of Psalm 139.