This article surveys the popular analogy of thinking of Scripture as "incarnational," that it is both "human" and "divine," and shows how an alternative model, one framed in terms of the church's traditional marks of oneness, holiness, catholicity, and apostolicity, can be more theologically coherent in terms of Scripture's nature or ontology. Furthermore, we believe that a shift in analogies can render an approach to Scripture that is more attentive to Scripture's role as a means of grace employed by the triune God to bring about repair and healing among its faithful and God-seeking readers.

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