What facts? But you do raise an interesting question, to wit: "Just what is the inspired words of God?". I honestly have no idea what you mean by inspired. Did they originally come from God and have been preserved by men or has he had a hand in the copying and translating of His words up to this day?Do you really suppose you can prove (or disprove) the existence of God when so many before you have failed? What arrogance. Just accept that belief in God only requires faith not facts.
Says one who doesn't know the facts. Hollie knows how to find the facts now, but still doesn't understand how to use them. You do not even know history. Just what is the inspired words of God? It's part history. History says that from our fallen parents came a fallen world, but what happened after that?
Inspired words mean from those of men who were given God's words to write down. Next, they were verified by the kings of Israel.
You mention arrogance and that is for those who want to be like God. I think that's pretty much all of us since God's first commandment is thou shalt have no other gods before me.
So what does the inspired words tell us about history? It tells us our first countries and governments were formed after the flood in the Table of Nations (seventy nations). We haven't been able to figure out all of these nations that descended from Noah's family, but they went their separate ways after the Tower of Babel. However, we do get what nation rose to become the first empire (?). It may not be the first, but it was the first great empire -- Babylon, an evil empire.
Oh dear. The Tower of Babel is a myth. There were zigguraughts all over the ME.. still are.
This particular one was supposed built 130 years after Noah landed the Ark.
Babylon was not an evil empire.. Hebrews have been demonizing the neighbors for thousands of years.