The point is that even to religious fanatics God is supposedly omnipresent and, as such, is not, cannot be and never will be contained in one book, no matter how many times the cheerleaders of that book threaten eternal damnation and punishment. If God is omnipresent—a device conveniently used by these selfsame preachers, priests and imams to scare people, e.g., "God is watching you at all times"—then God is contained in everything, and that means every book, each person, every animal and rock. That universality is the definition of omnipresence. In case the religionists still don't get that fact, let's spell it out:

"omnipresent : present in all places at all times"
—Webster's

Case closed. It is not possible for an omnipresent divinity to be here but not there. It is impossible for an omnipresent deity to be absent from someplace—that fact represents the bottom line. Therefore—paradoxically to the notion that arrogant individuals who pretend to speak for God are misrepresenting themselves—every book and every individual that claims to be speaking for God must be right, even those which say God is an utterly bogus concept designed to enslave the human race. Since God is omnipresent, God is also speaking when philosopher Bertrand Russell says:

The whole conception of God is a conception derived from the ancient Oriental despotisms. It is a conception quite unworthy of free men. When you hear people debasing themselves and saying that they are miserable sinners, and all the rest of it, it seems contemptible and not worthy of self-respecting human beings.