I may certainly be self-deceived about how much I understand about the Bible. But I love it. I love the God I understand from it, a God who meets humanity where they are at, a God who is gracious, compassionate, slow to anger, and full of mercy, quick to change his mind about the consequences of our wrongdoing. I see in the Bible a God who is interested in us loving one another and in us reconciling with our enemies, a God who wants us to overcome our abuse and oppression of each other. I see a God who is interested in our hearts and actions toward one another (and very little concerned at all about what we say is going on in our heads). I see in the Bible God's Son who is willing to die for us. I see in the Bible the hope that the world will be set right and that we are part of that mission.
I don't begrudge anyone who doesn't quite get to the paragraph above the way I do, but I think most will find little to object to in it.