St. Augustine specifically mentions a category of embarassment for the religion that it appears you fall into. You insist that the sure and certain knowledge of nature and its processes should be ignored. And you have not produced any evidence from the fields of Geology or Archaeology or even the studies that involve core samples from the Arctic regions.
As Augustine specifies, Christians who attempt to convince their audience of the falsehood of demonstrable natural philosophy are an embarassment to the Christian community and a hazard to those who reject Christianity because they think it breeds anti-scientific and other fringe ideas.
I think it’s time you reduce the cant of your refutations from purely scriptural ones, and refutations that are based on objectdive scientific evidence. I’m not quite sure how you would intend to do that. But it’s pretty clear that your “scripture-only” refutations don’t have much traction.