Finally, we will add: Indeed, there are many folk legends, but in practice there is also no story similar to the power of the Biblical tradition. If it were a story that was invented proactively or developed gradually, we would expect there to be many more stories similar to its power and characteristics of credibility, for every nation would prefer to base its religion on such a credible and impressive collectively understood tradition.
In addition, it should not be forgotten that the Biblical tradition is not just a story about the past, but an ongoing history of a people whose impact on humanity is significant and extraordinary on every scale. That is, not only does tradition attest to the credibility of the story, but the actual historical reality to this day attests to it.
Against these clear determinations, any counter-hypothesis seems pale and unconvincing.
Therefore, as the bottom line, it seems that an examination of all the considerations and arguments leads to the conclusion that belief in the veracity of the Biblical tradition and the narrative of the People of the Book is both logical and reasonable as much in the past, as it is considered and revered today.