I hope by now you've figured out that this is an anti-JW site! Pretty amusing, but actually some of the same questions you would ask of JW's should be asked of your beliefs (as has been pointed out). Before you go on a thumpin your Bible, maybe you could explain the existance of Chaldean and Sumarian texts (such as the Epic of Gilgamesh) that pre-date Genesis and contain accounts that mirror (almost verbatim) the Flood, Moses and others? Plagerism?
With that in mind, who is tells you that the Bible is "inspired" - the Bible? Kinda like JW's telling people they are right because THEY say so.
Don't you find it a little peculiar that the Bible is riddled with stories of Divine interractions, healings, and miracles - yet none of those things occur in the real world? Sounds like every other religion on the planet. Myths of 'a long time ago in a place far far away'.