David J.A. Clines offers us this intersting quote,
‘If there are no ‘right’ interpretations, and no validity beyond the assent of various interest groups, biblical interpreters have to give up the goal of determinate and universally acceptable interpretations, and devote themselves to producing interpretation they can sell- in whatever mode is called for by the communities they choose to serve.’- in ‘Reader-Reponse, Deconstruction and Bespoke Interpretation’ New Literary Criticism and the Hebrew Bible
Sorry Mr Clines I think that your response to modernity is a bit over the top. Sit down, have a cup of tea and read about a critical realist approach to historiography.