That statistic is terrifying, but I would want to see their methodology before assuming it's correct.
Nice of you to tell me what I have to believe, but the concept of original sin is entirely absent from the Jewish reading of the garden of Eden story. It is a Christian concept developed later to convince people they "need" Jesus. More importantly, the bible isn't one book or even two... it's 66 booksfif you're looking at a Christian bible or 39 with a Jewish bible.
Most of the books have different authors and come from different time periods, so to speak of it as one book is ludicrous. Some of the authors were pro war and others were not; some were misogynistic and others were not. Some of the prophets openly disagree with each other, and there are plenty of other internal contradictions as well, especially if you're ignoring historical context. Yes, the book is violent and sanctions many things we think of as immoral today. However, it also forbids human sacrifice, which was a common practice in ancient times. That makes it revolutionary if you're reading it in context.
And it contains plenty of commandments that are just a good idea - treating others with kindness, not lying about people, not stealing or murdering. Our society gets its mores against these things from the Bible. So to say it's worthless is completely missing the point. It contains things that no longer apply to modern life, and also things that do.
I find it really interesting that your article doesn't mention interviewing any Jews. From my perspective, the way Christians (and atheists only familiar with Christian doctrine) look at the Bible makes no sense. For someone who sends to be an atheist, you show remarkably little inclination to apply critical thinking to religion. It seems you prefer to resort to generalizations about things you don't know very much about.
I'm sorry if you're prejudiced against all religious people because you don't like Christian doctrine, but let me set the record straight on something. You didn't have the right to tell anyone what they should believe it how they should read the bible. Neither does a rabbi. No more than I get to tell you what scientific theories you should prefer. There is more than just one way to interpret scripture, and ultimately as many different ones as there are people willing to engage the text and analyze it for historical, cultural, mystical, religious, psychological or act other level if meaning. It is by no means perfect, but neither is it worthlesss or evil like you so ignorantly suggest. It is a collection of many books, all written by fallible humans who were trying to express what they thought was right. It's also a work of literature that forms one of the most basic foundations of western culture. have you even read it all?