I would like to dispute the removal of this answer:
The removal was justified by
David Stratton as:
the question is "what evidence is there?", not "Is the evidence valid?". For now, I'm deleting this because it doesn't answer the actual question. See this post if you're unclear about the guideline for answering the actual question asked.
While my answer provided a few examples evidence as to why the Bible is not the word of God:
illnesses being caused by bad emotions
cure for leprosy being a ritual of sprinkling blood of a bird
It also addressed some of the claims made by other answers to the same question:
Seek forgivenessclaiming that "The entire Bible is inspired by God" because it said so in the Bible
David Strattonbringing up the test of prophecy, while my answer addressed that some of such prophecies were interpreted post-hoc
David Stratton answered the same question with an opposite position, him being the same person to remove my answer reaching the opposite conclusion could be seen as disingenuous or an attempt at censoring opposing views.
As such I believe the broader community should weight in on this matter.