By the way, you are now realizing what marksman11 realized: if you answer questions, you will have to justify the answers, and you will be held to them, no matter how logically absurd it forces you to be. If it means forcing you into contradicting yourself or your faith, that is what will be done. Your words, your problem. I'm just enforcing the rules of logic. Logic is NEVER the ally of the creationist.<quoted text>
The lock-up issue is what makes it not analogous to the Bible reliability scenario.
So, is your faith a non-factor in your life, or should you be forced to prove your innocence? Your distinction, your logical consequences. If you want to avoid such quandaries in the future, either think before you speak or stop answering questions (again).
By the way, don't think I don't realize that you're trying to avoid answering this question. But, as this was your final issue with the question, I'm sure you'll tell us whether the Bible's factual accuracy means nothing as it regards your actions in life or whether you should be locked up and forced to prove your innocence.
Pick your pony and ride it.