Catholics/Is God is anthropomorphic in Hebrew Bible?
12 “You shall have a place outside the camp, and you shall go out to it. 13 And you shall have a trowel with your tools, and when you sit down outside, you shall dig a hole with it and turn back and cover up your excrement. 14 Because the Lord your God WALKS in the midst of your camp, to deliver you and to give up your enemies before you, therefore your camp must be holy, so that he may not see anything indecent among you and turn away from you.
Exodus 33:20 But,” he (God) said, (to Moses) “you cannot see my FACE, for no one may see me and live.”
Numbers 12:6 “When there is a prophet among you,
I, the Lord, reveal myself to them in visions,
I speak to them in dreams.
7 But this is not true of my servant Moses;
he is faithful in all my house.
8 With him I speak FACE to FACE,
clearly and not in riddles;
he sees the FORM of the Lord.
Anthropomorphism is the usual and needed way to describe the nature and the attributes of God -- our human minds in all forms of religious expression use to express ideas of the purely spiritual. We gain knowledge from sensual things and cannot attain direct knowledge of God in this life.
Anthropomorphisms are only erroneous when they are seriously taken in their literal meanings.
However, they do show how vividly conscious these writers [especially in OT] were God's actions and moral attitude -- e.g., Ex 32:14, Dt. 6:15, 1Kgs 11:9.
Hope these thoughts help, Charles.