I dont understand the purpose of that. Isn't it all Gods word? Does that mean that the majority of Christians and other followers of the Bible are missing possibly some very important words of God? ...
Thoughts and opinions on this please.
Asked by Anonymous at 4:11 AM on Jul. 2, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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Why did they leave certain scriptures out of the bible? They did not leave certain scriptures out of the Bible. There was an entire council that put together the bible. The Holy Spirit guided the church as to which books are to make up the canon during the time of Pope Damaasu. The decsion was agreed on at Te council of Hippo and Carthage. Actually, Luther took OUT books(7 of them to be exact) and later protestants found Catholics to be correct and added them back.
Answer by Anonymous at 9:54 AM on Jul. 2, 2009
Isn't it all Gods word? No, it is not all God's words. In fact many of the books could not be verified to be written by the author or the message in the books to be inspired by the Holy Spirit. Just because someone wrote something in the early years doesn't mean it is God's word. By adding "The Gospel of Thomas" to a document doesn't make it a biblical book inspired by the Holy Spirit and a true representation of the Word.
Answer by Anonymous at 9:56 AM on Jul. 2, 2009
Have any of you even READ the books left out of the Bible? Yes, a few times.Funny how you use the excuse of 'if they are left out, then God wanted it that way'. Why is that funny?Why don't you ever consider that the church kept them out on purpose and for their own reasons? yes, the church DID leave them out for their own reasons. (or at least many of them) these reasons include the author could not be verified(such as the gospel of Mary) or the book was written too late or not considered to apostolic. Is it too scary to think that? No there is nothing scary about being a free thinking Christian. Did you ever think God made sure what was needed was in there and there is a reason? Or is too scary to think that?
Answer by Anonymous at 10:06 AM on Jul. 2, 2009
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