When I posted the video Your God Is Too Small
, far too many people didn't understand the message that was being put forth (or at least didn't get the same message out of it that I did). My understanding of the video was that the acts performed by the god of the Bible are insignificant in the scope of the cosmos as we know it. The god of the Bible creates light on the first day, but the source of light (or lights, as the moon is considered a light source) days later. The god of the Bible creates planets, comets, stars, and everything we see in the sky in one fell swoop, after creating the sun and the moon, almost as an afterthought.
There is nothing in the Bible that indicates some sort of higher power influenced its writings. No amazing moral revelations... I'd think that a book written by the supreme moral authority would mention something about outlawing slavery and making women equal to men. No stupendous divulgence of scientific knowledge that could help out the chosen people. For God so loved his people that he told them not to touch pigs, but didn't think that teaching them that using soap to prevent illness and disease would be helpful.
The Bible shows no evidence of being written with anything more than the knowledge available to bronze age Middle Eastern men. And if it gives no evidence of being anything more than a book written by mere mortals, why should it be given the designation "holy"?