Man put the Bible together not Jesus Christ. Anti-Biblical does not necessarily mean anti-Jesus. You are assuming that the Bible has captured all teachings of Jesus and was never ever ever altered by man...
Orthodox (all the way back) Christianity holds that the Bible is inspired by God and infallible for doctrine, teaching, reproof and correction. Christ held that Scripture was ‘God breathed’ and the Apostle John, in his Gospel, holds that Christ was, in fact, the Word. Revision or rejection of Scriptural purity is, in fact, rejection of Christ. John holds this again in Revelations.
All the teachings of Christ are in the revelation given to us by God. The Holy Spirit is given to instruct as we grow in The Way. All that Christ did on earth, however, could not be contained in all the libraries of the world as the Bible points out. This does not mean he climbed Mt. Everest or baked a souffle or won a basketball championship. What he accomplished in terms of His glory, eternity and the vanquishing of sin and death would be more than sufficient to blow the internet in random electrons.
You can certainly argue that men wrote the Bible, but Christ was also a man as well as God and he maintained that the Scriptures were of God. If you mean to argue that Scripture, because it is the work of men, is just as errant or dated as most any other literary work, well, then I would advise you to consult about a million sources that would refute that notion and, in fact, point to the painstaking perfection of the document’s preservation, completeness and authenticity delivered to us just as it was written. Really now, if God created the world, could it be so difficult to give us a manual for living?
You have to do your own research though - I already believe it.