Behind all the pious fluff of zealous Christian claims about their God, you'll find a book called the Holy Bible. That book, which is the compilation of various writings selected by a group of politicians and clerics at a council, is not the word of an infallible deity.<quoted text>Look silly billy , if you claim the histories in the Bible are horrendous ...I'm just asking , what ethical moral code gives anyone of you , the right to make such value judgements ...
To treat it as such requires that the mysteries of the universe be contracted to squeeze with the confines of this collection of writings made by men who were no more or no less inspired than any other religious writers who have ever put pen to paper and called it the word of God.
When the claims made about a product fail to match up with the actual performance of that product, it's called false advertising.
While there are some core truths to be found in almost all religious texts, including the Bible, it's time for Christians drop the pious "word of God" rhetoric and face reality.