Interestingly, the gospels are written like a generic, run-off-the-mill hollywood script: There's three acts (childhood and backstory - the year(s) of ministry - passion, death and resurrection). There's tension and conflict in each. There is the obligatory plot point right before the end - Judas' betrayal, and the crisis that follows. There are obstacles to overcome, friendships to be started, there is struggle and betrayal and death. There is ultimate triumph.
The whole thing even has the "breaking of the umibilical cord" scene, when Jesus runs away to debate the clerics!
So, the question is: Is god just an unimaginative hack of a script writer?