23 yrs ago I would have agreed.
Seems very strange to me that the god of the bible would respond intimately direct/indirectly with the writer's, contemporaries, of the 'inspired word of God'........yet chose to ignore modern man's question filled mind, as to his very exsistance.
Why is it so difficult to undestand that the ancient societies involved in the recording of events in the bible, were by default of their very time and circumstance part and parcel of mankinds inclination to believe in direct contact with their gods?
Floods, pestilence, warfare, edicts of god's, snakes, animals of all sorts, all playing heavily in the mix of worship of every ancient society. Why should the ancient nation of Isreal have been any different?
If Jah of Armies could write down his edicts on a stone tablet to Moses and his relatives.......get it?
The SILENCE is deafening, the amiguity of this god of David, this awesome being so extolled in the pages of the book compiled over 3000yrs during which mankind was steeped in myth, legend, stories, should be enough for any thinking person to question it's claim to fame.
Sorry Mr. Kim, cannot accept the tried and true....'wait on Jehovah'.......'in God's due time'.....'nobody knows the day or the hour'.............