Um, I hardly pretend to know more about the Bible than you :-)
I may have a "fighting chance" with Gen 1-11, though.
Really, I have few quibbles with your position. It is well
thought out, and logical.
So, I hesitantly make this suggestion.
Why not see Gen 6:2 as a reference to Gen 1:27 & 5:1?
Scientifically, we know "humans" pre-existed Adam. I don't know
if you believe Adam was a real human. If not, I guess there's not
much room for discussion.
But don't think too hard, you may "turn into a Baptist" :-)
Genesis in Question
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