"I believe with complete faith that the Creator, blessed be His Name, has no body and is unaffected by physical phenomena, and there is no comparision to Him with anything."
Maimonides explains anthropomorphism in Scripture as follows: "In many places our holy scriptures do speak of God in physical terms. Thus we find concepts such as walking, standing, sitting and speaking used in relation to God. In all these cases, though, scripture is only speaking metaphorically. In the Talmud our sages teach us that "The Torah speaks in the language of man" (Berachot, 31b).