"The bible isn't a technical manual."
Actually, in a way, it is. It's a carefully compiled set of codices, designed to confuse the un-educated.
"Only unthinking fundamentalists"
Careful, you'll get yourself lynched ...
"and trolls like yourself would read it literally."
Who is trolling? I read the silly thing when I was about eight years old ... and questioned the shaman "in charge" over what I saw as logical errors. I was promptly banished to a lifetime of care-free Sundays. Oh darn.
"But congrats, you managed to read about 5 pages of the Bible"
I've read it cover to cover, actually. Not only in English, but in the original Aramaic, Koin Greek, and Latin. Can you say the same?
"and you gained 10 troll points for the achievement "Found a Contradiction in the Bible". You probably think you're the first to find one."
Who is trolling? The Bible is full of errors. Always has been, always will be. This is a fact. Commentarding on this fact isn't trolling, it's (potentially) educational.
Who said anything about "evil"? Aren't you quick to draw conclusions ...
"Quick tip before bible-baiting Christians"
You really don't get it, do you?
"the next time: use the New Testament instead."
Can do. Did Matthew, Luke, or John get the last words of Jesus right? Why did Mark decline to comment? As a result, can any of the four Gospels be considered useful insight into the day-to-day life of Jesus, at least from the point of view of the proverbial "thinking man"?
"The Old Testament is about as relevant to Christian beliefs as The Silmarillion is to LOTR. See, Jesus (you know, Christ as in Christianity) doesn't feature until the New Testament, so his teachings are kinda absent in Genesis."
Oh. I see. You're re-writing the book in your own image ... and using pulp-fiction to justify your belief. Can you understand why this is a problem, from a logical point of view? On the bright side, you're probably helping to keep your local shaman warm, dry & in kibble. Someone has to, I guess. Carry on.