Lots wife, the man who tried to catch the ark from falling, The 42 children, Moses, thelist is endless.....all of these accounts can be examined in great detail IN context and they paint Jehovah in a completely different picture to the father spoken of in the NT!
Regardless of what you or anybody has to say, this is the absolute case! God changes As soon as Jesus appears! Forgive up to 77 times jesus says, in the scriptures 7 denotes 'completeness' so 77 is stressing that one must completely forgive, the OT does not teach this! Why such a drastic change?
I've been reading about Gnosticism and it says that Jehova was an "imposter god" created or given birth to by a divine entity named Sophia. Sophia was/is an "Aeon", along with other "Aeons" created by the one and only, all-powerful God. Sophia created Jehova on her own without the aid or association of some type of divine male power being involved. I always wondered myself why Jehova seemed like somewhat of a cruel and I'd say yes, "a somewhat volatile God" when it comes to knocking down walls and raining fire and brimstone. It does sound a little cruel to me that a loving God would ask Abraham to sacrafice his own son and also ask several other of this God's servants to kill bunches of people in God's name. There's something that doesn't ring right there if that God is going to send his son later on with a totally different attitude. I never could figure when Jesus came, Jehova seemingly just disappeared from direct contact with humans here on Earth, and furthermore, Jesus seemingly advocated a much more loving nature. I am just wondering if the one and only most powerful God decided to send his son Jesus to Earth to represent the one and only most powerful God here. Maybe somehow. this most high God corrected the mistake Sophia made when she created Jehova using an improper, divine process, and somehwow replaced Jehova and gave him some other role. Just guessing. Supposedly, acording to Gnostic creation myth, after Sophia created Jehova, Jehova awoke and thought mistakenly that he was the one and only God. According to Gnosticism, he wasn't evil but in error or ere. Please add to my statement here if I can learn anything else or be corrected.