The Bible has an interesting approach to life and the afterlife that has made it a subject of discussion in every church, and in every part of the world for thousands of years. This has been the case since the book first arrived and was received all over the world but while this book is accepted, some scholars and historians have claimed that there is more to this book and to find out the missing ideas and subjects in the book, we should look towards Africa.
The Bible is the word of God written by men whom God revealed his teachings to and wisdom and these men put all these in writing for the people to follow and not go astray.Today I am going to tell you guys about the claimed to be the most complete Bible.
The Ethiopian Bible, also known as the Garima Gospel, is considered as the oldest, most detailed and complete bible on earth. This Bible is written in Ge’ez, an ancient Semitic language of Ethiopia. According to findings, the Ethiopian Bible is about 800 years older than the King James Version (KJV) and it comprises over one hundred (100) books compared to sixty-six (66) of the Protestant Bible.
Recent radiocarbon dating analysis dated Garima 2 as originating from 390-570, and Garima 1 from 530-660. This makes the Garima gospels the oldest and most complete illuminated Christian manuscripts in the world. 5km away from Adwa, in the Mehakelegnaw Zone of the northern Tigray Region in Ethiopia, lies the Abba Garima Monastery, an Ethiopian Orthodox Church. Established in the 6th Century by one of the Nine Saints, Abba Garima, and built by King Gabra Masqal, the monastery is home to the two ancient Ethio