If scriptures are written by people who have no sense of justice, it is natural that God would be misrepresented—something that happened to the biblical God. To mention a few:
1) David, murderer of the innocent and faithful, wrote portions of the Bible.
2) Paul who set in opposition to genuine apostles who were directly trained by Jesus himself sarcastically describing them as “superfine apostles” openly declared in some places that it was not spirit, but he was writing. (1 Corinthians 7:25) He even openly acknowledges that he uses the tactic of telling “lie” in writing scriptures (Romans 3:7) His sense of justice goes extremely distorted when he says ‘a slave should not change his status’ which is not only an endorsement of slavery, but also glorification of it—1 Corinthians 7:21.
3) Peter who forgot his own use of exaggeration (“Even if all fall away on account of you, I never will” and yet he fell away repeatedly!—Mathew 26:33) paints a cruel God who brings instant death sentence on people for slightly exaggerating their generosity. (Acts 5:1-11)
Yet other parts of the Bible show God would not kill even a donkey (Number 22:32, 33) let alone human child—something He says ‘has not come into His mind.’ (Jeremiah 7:31) This means genocide attributed to God is actually writers’ invention. Originals were destroyed repeatedly when the Jerusalem Temple was destroyed in 607 BCE, 70 CE, and also in the destruction of ancient Royal Library of Alexandria. This gave later writers opportunity to rewrite everything in the way they liked which compels readers to conclude that God of the Bible as warmonger, blood-thirsty, unreasonable …. etc. Such reaction is like that of children watching/experiencing the consequences of bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They do not know that Japan attacked America (as part of their ongoing aggressive/imperialistic policy) and America was only responding as victim against its victimizer or aggressor.
Interestingly, God’s silence gives a louder and clear message that giving a book is not His way of guidance, hence He has no obligation to protect it.