You are right to be suspicious about fallible people. But if God really is omnipotent, there is no reason why He cannot use fallible people to carry out His plans—including plans to reveal Himself and get it right.
God does not promise to prove Himself unequivocally to those who believe that He is a “twisted monster,” but to those who approach Him in humility. It may be a good idea to think about your own fallibility as a judge in these things.
The apostle Paul, writing to people in Rome, did not appeal to “ancient hearsay” at all, but to their own present experience. He pointed to their awareness of the fingerprints of the Creator in the grandeur of creation. He also pointed them to their need for salvation because they all fell short of the moral judgments they made of others. There (we) are all hypocrites, in need of mercy.
INFALLIBILITY – How can the Bible be infallible if it is written by fallible humans? Answer
How do we know the Bible is true? Answer
GOD’S EXISTENCE – If I can’t see God, how can I know he really exists? Answer
GOD’S ORIGIN – Who created God? If he made everything, who made him? Answer
NOAH’S FLOOD – Doesn’t the story of Noah’s flood contradict scientific knowledge and common sense? Answer
CREATION STORY – Are there contradictions between the 1st and 2nd chapters of Genesis? What about other problems in Genesis? Answer
SWEATING BLOOD – Did Jesus really perspire drops of blood? Answer
CHRIST’S RESURRECTION – “The Bible’s accounts of Christ’s resurrection are full of contradictions,” some claim. Is this true? Answer