The Holy Bible as most know it consist of the Jewish Torah a few other books and then the New Testament which sets Jews and Christians apart. Most will tell you that God created the Bible because it was inspired by God and then men through the will of God wrote down the Word of God. The truth is it was still written by men, God or no God. The Bible its self claims that people are not perfect and if we are not perfect how can a book written by us be perfect? My answer is that it can't be perfect as it is man made, the same thing goes for all other holy books and scriptures. How then if a book can't tell what God wants can you truly know? The answer is that from your own experience with the divine you will eventually get a feeling of what god wants from you. While the Bible can provide some moral guidance it does have its contradictions and quite a few of them to boot. Most notably is that one of the ten commandments tells us to hold God above all else and not to have Idols. But what most Christians have done is they have broken that commandment by placing their idea of Jesus Christ on a pedestal above God whom truly does deserve praise. The early church fathers believed or at least professed to believe in the Trinity the concept that God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are all the same. They even snuck in their own beliefs into the scriptures yet a portion of the truth still got through - "Why do you call me good?" Jesus answered. "No one is good-except God alone." - Luke 18:19 " Jesus said to him, Away from me, Satan! For it is written: Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only." - Matthew 4:10 In case you do not realize it, I don't believe in the trinity but I do believe Jesus was The Son of God but they are not the same and God is the one who deserves worship. The Worship of Jesus is a SIN! I am simply a non-traditional christian as I do not fit into any denominations of any kind. Also regardless of what some may think God still speaks to some people it's just that we have grown tired of always writing down every thing we think god wants us to.