There have been numerous posts and threads on JWN about why a rational person should re-think trust in the Bible as the inspired and inerrant Word of God. These are usually based on clear and logical thinking and reasoning.
The WTS and other religious entities have published tracts and books to convince people that the Bible is indeed the inspired and inerrant Word of God. These are usually based on circular and fallacious thinking and reasoning. For instance, people often use the Bible itself to "prove" that the Bible is God's Word. That doesn't hold up because any book could make claims about itself. That's not necessarily classic circular logic but it's related. Another common fallacious line of reasoning is that because the Bible is so long (in pages, in time-span covered, and in its existence) that it must be true. Really? No, this doesn't hold water either. In answering the question, try to avoid this kind of baloney.
So here's my question: Why, based on clear and logical thinking and reasoning, should one trust the Bible as the inspired and inerrant Word of God?