Thanks for your comment on Unobtrusive Love. The onomatopoeia was supposed to be the echoing ring of windchimes, but it was just too hard of a sound to get across in writing. I've deleted it now, and edited other parts.
Thanks again, I appreciated your thoughts
Ah, but the Holy Bible is the living word of God, just as He is God of the living. Neither remains buried in the past, both are alive today. The candles of the ancients remain honored, but such light does not penetrate today's darkness very well, and too many remain in the dark.
I might argue that the words of Moses are subjective in nature as many ideas have been gathered from his royal Egyptian heritage as well as by way of his Jewish blood which only became apparent later. The God of All has always been and the Truth is the Truth which does not change to suit man regardless of what is in vogue.
God did not begin with Moses and neither does HE end. Would such a statement be heretical?