To paraphrase Paul Washer... who cares when it happened so long as it happened? It's better to have it, but be theologically wrong than to be theologically correct and not have!
The point? I think we are too analytical, too self-surgical, too didactic for our own good. There's another word that comes to mind, too easy to be misconstrued but it has to do with being overly occupied with our ... brains, our navels.
To paraphrase Paul Washer... who cares when it happened so long as it happened?
Taking it all apart, measuring it, micro-surgery, analyzing - It seems little wonder that there is so much heated argument when we scientists\academics\lawyers\brain surgeons - mostly amateurs at that come to different hypotheses and want to convince everyone that we have it all so perfectly ordered.