I'm going to have to ask for some evidence here. You cannot really separate science and history and I think we've been over this in another thread. The two are linked together, especially through disciplines like Geology, Stratiagraphy, Cosmology- and then Paleontology, Anthropology, etc. If the historical events ocurred as you believe, there would be evidence... unless God is hiding the evidence. Some won't have lots of historical evidence (like specific things Moses said obviously), but a global flood, 6000 year old cosmos, all humans have a bottleneck after Noah's flood, all fossils buried in flood should be pretty evident by looking at the world. They're not however, and it's a serious claim to pretend for the absolute historicity of your interpretation of Scripture when there's no evidence for and loads against.
How about the shift from geocentrism? That required a reinterpretation of many Scriptures. The 'fixed cosmos' of say Jeremiah 31:35 needed to be adjusted as Brahe saw a supernova in 1572. And instead of a finished cosmos, it turns out that God might still be creating. Dinosaurs needed to be reworked in the Scriptures or theology needed to be redone to account for these massive creatures that seem to be nonexistent in the Biblical account. Or everyone believed the Earth was flat, even those who wrote the Bible. Or despite your insistence on say a global flood, centuries of evidence contrary have led many to adjust their theology of Noah's flood. Or perhaps the recent book, Adam and the Genome and genomic evidence have led many to rethink through the Genesis account and Paul's arguments in Romans 5.