Well, that's interesting:
I don't believe it should or shouldn't talk any way in particular.
But that's been your whole argument:
Let's put it this way: St. Paul didn't have problems strongly condemning a lot of other things. NOW DID HE?
What in the Bible forbids the owning of slaves?
He could command if only he wanted
But he NEVER says it anywhere
You demand that the Bible say what you want it to say, and you desparage it (a book by sheepherders for sheepherders, you called it, right? Wasn't that condescending as well as wrong? Habakkuk picked figs, Isaiah was a priest, Paul was a scholar who made tents, Peter was a fisherman, and the author of Hebrews was a scholar who wrote beautiful Greek) when it does not. You wil not read it to understand it, yet you will condemn it, falsely, as it turns out.
I point out to you just where you are wrong about the Bible, I quote what it says that shows you that you misunderstand it, and all you can do is to say that you will not do that. That is rather obvious. Stick to mathematics. Logic, respect, courtesy, politeness and a desire for the truth just aren't your strong suits.