No. I think modern scientific atheists are correct and urge tiny brained Christians to realize the Bible was actually the work of a committee of religious scholars, appointed specifically to create the documentation intended to legitimize the Roman Empire's last official state sponsored religion -- Catholicism. It took 59 years, from 325 to 384, for the committee to create the first Latin manuscript of both Testaments. The following year (385), Emperor Theodosius ordered all Pagan temples closed, discontinued the Olympic games because of public nudity, and ordered everyone in the Empire to become a practicing Catholic. It was a monumental flop, with most ex-Pagans stubbornly refusing to enter the Empire's new churches. Eventually, Augustine of Hippo suggested adding Heaven and Hell to the official doctrine, an inducement and a threat which boosted Church attendance. Thereafter, each successive hand-written Biblical manuscript contained additions and deletions, as specified by the priesthood and the polity. The notion that the Bible is the word of God could not be further from the truth and makes modern Christians look like gullible fools.
(Yes, I realized you accidentally misspelled brain and chose to answer your question anyway.)