Yes. The biblical God is the most realistic god.
No, the bible itself is reason to believe that this god is nonsense
Since this is the only God, and quite real, I think that makes this God the most realistic.
Science keeps subconsciously proving he his, I have yet to see any proof otherwise so yeah. He's pretty real. I mean. We're here aren't we?
He is the only true god
The Bible is the only book that continues to reiterate itself. Everything that God predicted to come true did. I personally believe that God is the one true God. I do also believe in the Trinity, being that God is the Godhead being three people.
The universe. There is no way in 10,000 years :) that this universe came from nothing and became perfectly designed by chance. No, there was an artist and that artist was God.
The biblical descriptions of its god are self contradictory. Yahweh is described as both all just and all merciful. Mercy is the suspension of justice when punishment is called for. The creators of the Bible tried to incorporate a loophole in the form of a human sacrifice, however, this in itself is both unjust AND unmerciful. The Bible also tells us that Yahweh DEMANDS that we have free will (another contradiction), yet that it is also omniscient. If Yahweh does actually know what action every being is going to make, then free will is just an illusion. Our actions and "decisions" are, in fact, predetermined. There are many more such contradictions and absurdities surrounding the biblical description of Yahweh. It is clear that, contrary to what billions of people believe, the Bible is not a cohesive biography of a being that could exist in reality. A god or gods may exist, but certainly not this one.
If this was the most realistic god, there would be no other gods. People in other geographical locations wouldent hear about this god and STILL keep their, born into, religion.
Since there is no god it does not matter where he comes from
I'd have to say the ancient Roman and Greek gods were far more real. They were just like us, only bigger, and could do magic. None of this "you just can't understand him because he's unfathomable" nonsense. And even though he can do magic too, their costumes are way more cool.
The problem of evil alone makes the Christian God unlikely. Many other polytheistic religions do not suffer from this.
You'd be better off with the flying spaghetti monster......