~ marcoIf the book makes God into a buffoon who flies through the air partly exposing himself to some open-mouthed nomad somewhere or who shouts "I can see you!" to a cavemen or loses his temper and casts a spell on a woman turning her into table salt or gives Moses a chunk rock on which he has scratched some words or who says: "Know what I'd really like - a bit of your genitalia, please." - there is no need for proof. Laughter will suffice.
Are the stories attributed to YHWH's actions worse than the stories attributed to human actions throughout history - and if so - are we focusing upon the wrong culprit and in doing so, being blinded by such bias?