Posting a repeated lie will not make it true. The bible is not historically accurate. I will elucidate for your little brain. Impossible for Adam amd Eve to be the only humans - biologically we would all be inter-bred (and where did Cain and Abel's partners come from?). The story is an allegory. No historical corroborative record of Exodus ever happening, in an empire that kept detailed records. Jericho was not a walled city (from archaeology) when supposedly Joshua blew the trumpets to bring down the walls. No archaeological evidence for the Great Flood (and again, if it were true - gene pool would again come from one family).<quoted text> Far from that. I am not ready to persuade any one on anything but to defend what i think is right. The bible is a book of historical truth, whether you like to hear that or not. Among the religious books archaeologically, the bible stands out.
That does not detract from the bible as a book of faith. All societies have myths and legends. What does detract from christianity is making false claims about the accuracy of the book. That is the problem with a literal approach - it is not sustained by other evidence.