This is a topic often discussed within Jesism, because once we understand what the Bible is and where it came from, we can figure out how to orient to it and how to still find the good in it. While at the same time not feeling compelled to view it as the inerrant word of God. The below except is from the blog Jesus Without Baggage and offers a good take on the subject:
Author: EricAlexander (Page 2 of 2)
Modern Christianity often ignores much of the core teachings and example of Jesus. In fact, it seems to disdain it at times. Simplicity, peace, and humility are looked at as weakness throughout much of the Christian west. But the historical words and example of Jesus revolved around finding joy, gratitude, compassion, peace, non-duality (no separation of God from us), humility, non-attachment, simplicity, and non-judgement. In other words, his main message was about experiencing the Kingdom of Heaven right here on earth. Yet not one of those virtues make it into the primary creeds of mainstream Christianity.