I would agree with GoldUsher that hearing Mr. Baker read a revised version or another version on the book of Genesis would be interesting.
And I also agree with Mike and haglered that God has a sense of humour. With some of the things I've seen happen in my life I cannot believe that He doesn't.
That being said, I wonder if Mr. Baker would go beyond the book of Genesis and record other Old Testament or New Testament stories.
I can just imagine what God had to say about the Israelites wandering around in the desert for 40 years when the journey should've taken only about 11 days. It would be like God sitting up there saying, "When will y'all ever get it?"
Of course, this is spoken in a tone of compassion towards His creation, yet with some of that humor thrown in as well.
I am reminded of a movie from 1977 starring the late George Burns as God. It was called "Oh, God!" and Mr. Burns was very good in the role. He portrayed God as really having few words to say, but boy when he said them, they made you stop and think.
Love begins when the needs of someone else become more important than your own.