The God in the Bible, particularly the Old Testament, is a physical being that is physically seen by the people like Moses. He communicates with people and performs miracles to prove his existence and power. Strangely, he is not omniscient and not all powerful. There are several times when God is tricked, negotiated with, shown to have incomplete knowledge or had his power overcome. The Bible is also clear that other gods exist and they do have power, but God of Abraham is simply the most powerful.
The Bible is kind of a crazy book that has very little to do with what's taught modern Churches. You really should read it some time.
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Moses is the only person ever allowed in god's presence, no one else was able to get that far, let alone be "physically" seen by people (it's written that seeing God in his full glory would instantly cause your death, so no, he wasn't a physical being or seen by anyone).
He communicated with Prophets who would then go and talk to the people, those prophets performed miracles in his name to prove who they were sent from.
there are no times when he is tricked or talked out of things or anything of that nature. have you read the book? He is both omniscient and omnipotent.
the only thing that is close to true is the misunderstanding that there are other gods, God refers to other gods but not because they exist, but because others see them as such. Whenever put to the test, other "gods" always fail next to the one True God, whether they be mans constructs/idols/or other entities (aka demons/angels).
Maybe you should re-read it... it has everything to do with Christianity and Judaism in their modern forms.