Remember, this was not the Universal Sky God of the New Testament, but a small localize god who only had a contract (covenant) with Israel alone. Thus, we find Israel’s great King David worried that Box God does not have a house to live while he does, but like a homeless bum, Box God has to live in a tent: the king summoned Nathan the prophet. "Look," David said, "I am living in a beautiful cedar palace, but the Ark of God is out there in a tent! (2 Samuel 7:2).
McCall thinks that in the Old Testament, God is only the god of the Jews. He's wrong. Israel is God's special possession but God consistently represented Himself as God over everyone! None of the scriptures McCall brings up says that God is not God of everyone!
God said the following to Abram:
This undermines the whole article!
Debunking Christianity: From a God in a Box to the Universal Sky God: Eternal Blessing and Suffering for All