lol...no, no, no. You can't go that direction. You cannot, nor will you ever in a lifetime on this earth declare God as not having human form/substance because...Because...BECAUSE??? ??? Because you have not a single clue what God is beside your defining him as having mental/emotional values. Therefore by your logic you have repeatedly declared as God being nothing, nothing not having a definition, you cannot say what God is or isn't form wise because you have no belief that god has a form. God is an emotion to you and nothing more. God is an emotion with power. But that description does not declare or define God with or without form.<quoted text>
Since God isn't a man, he has no "skin color". The debate is pointless.
If you are declaring a book is fiction, you are declaring a book is false. There is no such thing as "true fiction."
Therefore you have declared it false. Now, who is the one you are calling "ignoramus?"
It's a 'straddle the fence' opinion. It frees one from having to consider 'what' God is beyond a powerful emotion.
Next. You somehow don't understand what it means when a book is called a book of fiction.
Fiction - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster …
Definition of FICTION. 1. a: something invented by the imagination or feigned; specifically: an invented story . b: fictitious literature (as novels or short stories)
A book that is called a literary work of fiction, that does not imply that 100% of the work of that book is fiction. Fiction is based on our own reality.
The Bible is called a book of fiction because it's main storyline or theme is about an imaginary being with super powers no one can see under normal circumstances. But the base of the book itself includes factual people, places and events.
That is what fiction is, understand? Fact and fiction. There is no such thing as a book that is 100% fiction that is a story like the Bible.