Genesis is literally a history book. Exodus is a historical account of Hebrews being enslaved in Egypt and being led out to take over Canaan.
But I'll freely say Paul, the writer of many books in the New Testament, was not a prophet and they were simply letters to early churches. He contradicts Jesus on a few occasions.
Jesus himself is the son of God and the gospels are very important accounts of his words and life, but I will say that some books of the bible aren't from divine authority (e.g. Ecclesiastes) and the bible never claims they are.
Radioactive materials decay at a set rate. Looking at them appearing to be of a certain age (judging from how far they are decayed) doesn't mean they're actually that old, that's just an assumption that is accepted by consensus as true.
Recorded history and civilization started around early to mid 2000s BC, it's not a coincidence.
Science says modern humans existed for 200,000 years, but also says recorded history and the first major civilizations didn't begin until 2000s BC (with some estimates going back to early 3000s BC)
Yep… Modern humans just did nothing for over 195,000 years and then all the sudden… Egypt, Canaan, Mesopotamia, written documents, amazing architecture that is difficult or impossible to replicate today… Bible dates global flood at 2348 BC. Egypt is still called Masr or Misr today in Arabic, because Mizraim was the son of Ham who was the son of Noah. Canaan was a son of Ham also, who founded… Canaan.