Yeah….I don’t think the Word of God means what you think it means.
We don’t even have evidence that the Word of God is the word of god. Perhaps no one reads that little preface to each book in their Bible? That should be enough to at least raise a red flag – to make a person question certain presuppositions. Maybe that preface isn’t in everyone’s Bible. *shrug*
When each book is prefaced with, “We don’t know when this book was written – maybe sometime between here and here. We don’t really know who wrote this book – it could possibly be the namesake but more likely someone who knew them or knew of them”, how is that not enough to make you dig a little further? And how is it that you put so much trust in it’s divine inspiration? J.K. Rowling was inspired to write Harry Potter. People have vivid imaginations. That does not divine anything make.
But when you are told time and again that it is sinful to even question the nature of the Bible because it’s God don’t have nothin’ to prove – why, even the rocks cry out his praise – and faith in the absence of evidence is upheld as a noble endeavor you find comfort in not asking the questions. Questions like ‘when was the last time you heard a rock cry out anything’?
Meh, who needs proof?