In your eyes, you need men to determine that truth. I disagree that men have the truth.<quoted text>Truth is God inspired,but not all texts that are of religious content are inspired by the Creator.The truth that is interwoven in those texts of course are confirmations of God's Truth,but if you read through the whole text you will find that the contradictions to the real truth of God,or a twist of such is not from God.
We can respect the many writings of people who endeavored to prove God and His existance,and so on,but not all that they say is solid truth.We have to be aware of the Truth,and ponder it in our hearts and minds in order to be able to detect the non-truths we may find in any given text.
Where does "God" specifically state which texts are of "His inspiration" and which are not?
C'mon Pad, you are so sure certain texts didn't make the cut, so you must be pretty sure where "God" specified these details.
IMO - you are so wrapped up in man's decision, you chose to skip over this part of your studies.