As far as I know, the Bible is also a book written by men. Perhaps by men who claim to be writing for your god, but then there are lots of other books written by men who claim to be writing for their god. The Vedas, the Quran, the Book of Mormon, etc. etc.
Yet you DON'T believe that any of these other books are true, despite having the same claim your book has. So why is that? It certainly can't be based on evidence for the Bible agrees with very little of the evidence.
Where as science and history books do agree with the evidence. In fact, to be accepted as science or history MUST agree with the evidence.
It makes me wonder just what criteria you use to decide whether a book is presenting a credible story or complete bollocks.
Oh! So the Bible is also a book written by men? Did I say anything different? Why don't you read the post first before you post you reply? I said that also the Bible is a book written by men. Then you repeat my statement as if with the intent to take credit for what I said. Atheists never cease amazing me. Then to say that the Bible agrees with very little of the evidence you must read it first then tell me what you think you know. I might be able to teach you a thing or two. All books present no credible story. Credible stories are stories eye-witnessed and not reported through