Justice is done to neither factor of inspiration and to neither element on the Bible, the human or the divine, by any other conception of the mode of inspiration except…that which conceives of it as a divine-human book, in which every word is at once divine and human.
The philosophical basis of this conception is the Christian idea of God as immanent as well as transcendent in the modes of his activity. Its idea of the mode of the divine activity is in analogy with the divine modes of activity in other spheres–in providence, and in grace, wherein we work out our own salvation with fear and trembling, knowing that it is God who is working in us both the willing and the doing according to his own good pleasure.
~B.B. Warfield, “The Divine and Human in the Bible,” in Selected Shorter Writings, 2:546.