There are 63,779 cross references in the Bible (if a verse in the New Testament referred back to a verse in the Old Testament). Some would call that complex… but given the number of contradictions others would call it a book in desperate need of an editor… even a shitty one. Many of the contradictions stem from a literal interpretation of the stories in the Bible (biblical inerrancy). Some verses may be mistranslations, allegories, exaggerations, etc and can be interpreted in the context of the society in which they were written, rewritten, or otherwise modified over time, while others are very clear contradictions.
BibViz provides a way to interact with the arcs. When you hover over one of them, it lights up and tells you in the upper right-hand corner of the screen which verses are being linked together. Click on an arc and it takes you directly to those verses as compiled in the Skeptics Annotated Bible. The visual also shows you where in the Bible you’ll find the passages featuring Cruelty/Violence, Discrimination against Homosexuals, Scientific Absurdities/Historical Inaccuracies, or Misogyny/Violence/Discrimination against Women – ya know… the good stuff from the good book.
I highly recommend the Skeptics Annotated Bible. If you can get through that and this site and still convince yourself that it's all literally true then you're simply making the decision to lie to yourself.