Ma'am, perhaps you misunderstand the point of my analogy. If an archaeologist, say, happened to have found a fragment of that original tablet that God had carved into a rock, with the legible, ancient Hebrew inscription.... my point is simply and only that he would be able to recognize the writing as the result of an intelligent agent, in contrast with it being the result of purely blind natural forces. I am NOT saying that he can somehow prove, scientifically, that this tablet was the one carved by God, that God carved it, that he is now subjecting God to scientific inquiry, or anything of the sort. He could be completely oblivious to the fact, not knowing that the fragment he discovered was, in fact, the one God carved. He could be an atheist archaeologist who held no belief in God whatsoever, and completely unaware that he discovered the very tablet that God carved.
My point is simply that he could still recognize the Hebrew writing on said tablet as the result of an intelligent agent, no? Can we agree that far at least?