The words themselves are evident though. They are evidently there.
Existence is a poor form of evidence. Fingerprints exist but they're not very useful as evidence unless you can figure out what they mean - e.g. that George was at the crime scene. If you can't agree on what the words mean, they're not very useful support.
...the fact is that if someone-anyone-is transformed than everyone can see the change and the difference---not just Christians.
I'm saying it doesn't happen.
It's the same as Christians claiming that the good works come automatically when you're "saved". They don't. More often than not, the only transformation is a lot of new excuses for not doing the works.
We need to transform ourselves, not rely on some alien entity to do it for us.
Quite simply I am attempting to show that when men imagined something, it was usually their own vain imagination. There were times, however, where their imagination was of God...chiefly because it was His creative Spirit...His imagination rather than the limited vain imagination of fallible humans.