Yes, in fact it was more than just divinely inspired. It was also divinely foreshadowed, divinely protected, divinely "re-discovered," and divinely translated. Even if Joseph Smith had grown up as a practicing Jew, he would not have been able to write a set of records comprising the history of a people with Hebraic traditions to such an extent that they could be verified by scholars, professors, linguists, and archaeologists time after time. Check out "Lehi in the Desert" by Hugh Nibley or "Treasures from the Book of Mormon" by Cleon Skousen. Or just study Judaism and the history of the Jews for a while and see how many parallels there are. Then after you read the Book of Mormon for yourself, why not pray about it and see what happens to you. I have felt the witness of the Holy Ghost in strong feelings of light, joy, peace, and energy that this book is true. And in 25 years since that time, it is still true. Have a happy day, and I send you a virtual gummy bear.