2 Peter 2:12a and Jude 1:10 & 19 speak of those who are like brute beast, unable to process rational thought and only able to respond to their five senses because they don’t listen to the Holy Spirit.
So, how do we know anything about history? Artifacts exist. We can read letters and legal documents going way back in time. We can see tools and whatever is left of buildings and cities. The interpretation of the artifacts is tentative pseudo-knowledge that’s subject to change with further discoveries. Often, historians commit argument from silence fallacies. That is, they argue that they have not seen evidence for a certain event so the event never happened. Generally, they use selective evidence when committing this kind of fallacy. They reject the written account in Scripture even though written accounts are the most reliable way to know what happened in the past.
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