I am not a biblical scholar. I can't even say I've read much of the Bible since it's so boring and illogical. But with what I have read and have picked up from others who quote it in different areas I have been in I noticed something wild. I never even thought about it until one of my favorite comedians, Lewis Black, made mention of it. Did you notice the fundemental change in the man-in-the-sky between the Old and New Testaments? It's like night and day! In the Old Testament he was (as Black said) "out of control!" He killed and burned, destroyed or got people to do it and messed with humans all over the place! Then, in the New Testament, it seems that he mellowed out, alot. Sending down angels to chat with someone or making the sky rumble after humans killed his son was about all he seemed to have the energy to do. So I ask you, Is this a different God or did he finally get a medication that worked?