Is Bible Incomplete?

@taztheone (1726)
India
August 25, 2009 12:58pm CST
There are many people saying that The Holy Bible is incomplete as there are many more to be added to it!. Those who created the final version did not add many more writings!!What do you think?
4 responses
• United States
29 Aug 09
There are some other gospels that are called "the lost books of the Bible". I watched some documentaries and they are very interesting. They bring more hope to people. However, some of these gospels that were not put in the Bible are considered - I forget. Sorry.
@taztheone (1726)
• India
29 Aug 09
It would have been so great if you could just tell some details! Hope to hear something interesting like this soon!
• United States
25 Aug 09
Have you ever read a portion out of the Bible and thought about it one way and then later on read it again and thought of it in a whole new way. Our Bible has so much in it and it is new to me everyday. As far as it being complete, I have still not thoroughly understood what we have. I believe that I will learn something new from it whenever I read it for the rest of my life. Could it be that there have been many saints that have lived whose stories may be told at one point or another and become a part of the Word in the future? I have no idea. For now I believe that it is complete and anything that goes beyond it, the Holy Spirit teaches us. I don't know if this is a good explanation, but your question has put my mind in gear for the day!
@taztheone (1726)
• India
25 Aug 09
Thoughts have no limits. Well some things are going through your mind like flowing water uh! you can definitely tell me if you think of something alright.
• United States
26 Aug 09
Of late I have really been revisiting who we are in Christ and grace and the sacrifice and redemption, etc. I love the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. It all fits together so well.
• United States
3 Sep 09
Hey Taz... That's a hard question to answer forthrightly. The message of the Bible is, and always has been complete. There are, however, book that were once considered to be part of the Bible, but have been taken out, most likely when it was decided what WOULD be kept in the Bible as we know it nowadays. Most of the books that are no longer in the Bible are really irrelevant to the overall message, but they are fascinating just as well. I highly recommend checking out the Book of Enoch, which describes what life was like prior to the Flood. It speaks of the giants that roamed the earth, and also of Enoch's revelation into heaven and into the spiritual realm. Extremely amazing reading, it predates almost all (for sure) of the books currently in the Bible. Why were the books taken out? Who knows...the important thing is that God's message is still there for us to find our salvation... Dive Deep!
• Philippines
2 Sep 09
I don't think the Bible is incomplete. People are only telling that because they don't understand what is written in it. Bible comes in many versions yet we are still looking for answer on the other books. The Bible is complete with all the teachings in life. It covers from the very beginning until the end. Well, inorder for us to understand what God is telling us through the Bible is to ask God for wisdom. Ask for an interpreter that could explain to us, people, what the Bible is trying to say. Then God will send us the Holy Spirit to be with us, to guide us and to give us wisdom while reading the Bible. That's it!