None of you were there and that is a fact. The Bible has God there and that is another fact. The Bible has God directing Moses to write it down. Even if you reject that, the fact remains your counterpart was not there and does not know what happened. They are arguing to an unconfirmed unobserved model that assumes fixed events had to happen in a certain way. it is not science, it is crap for half-wits.Is it really your opinion that not personally being at a given time and place prevents one from ever knowing what happened then and there?
I am confident i have more bible knowledge than do you. So your indictment is worthless to me.If so, then you can no longer claim any Biblical knowledge.
It is relevant since it contradicts the testimony of the One who was there. Let me ask you something.If not, then the fact that Rossum wasn't personally there isn't really relevant to the validity of his statements.
How many morphological changes are required to transform a land animal into a sea-dwelling whale... both sexes along the same path? Are the changes planned or coincidental? Are we talking about one pair or a bunce of male-female pair changing all at the same time in the same relationship? How many breeding pairs are needed in each generation to keep it all going?