A text's physical description of God might actually have been intended to emphasize God's indescribability.
Rabbinic parables explicitly compare God to a variety of human analogues, reflecting the rabbis' subtle, complex, and diverse images of God.
The biblical God is a God we can relate to.
Unlike the creation stories of other Near Eastern cultures, the biblical creation story is not concerned with God's origins.
Author Jack Miles' Pulitzer Prize winning biography is just divine.
The Bible does not have a single conception of God.
Early Jewish literature was not concerned with proving God's existence or categorically defining God's nature.