How I would have said it:
If the flood is not believed neither should the other things.
And that is truly the very best way to put things. Some books can be viewed and they eventually turn out to be factual or misleading. Rather than loony-toony it might be better to view my words as toony (in that land is an ally to God and it will do what He bids it to do ((swallow))so that is more 3D manipulation than hard acting skills.)
That still leaves a lot of words that might be more than just meaningless chatter.
For instance, Daniel 11, when that sort of program begins to unfold, reverberations have already been determined. When last seen it was headed toward the clouds, the return will be from the same direction. The gifts brought is what determines if it is foe or friend.
If the same level of detail (start time-end time, given in timed events, and somewhat un-jointed until other text is included.)
In ways of precision there is a set time, attempts to change or alter from what was originally laid down will not carry any effect, to any great extent.
These are the types of details you would prefer had no discussion? or made fanciful so as to not be believable by default.
The next two covenants come into play at the end of the 7th seal (It is done) and at the end of Judgment Day, both times "It is done" is uttered indicating a completion of a set of events, the last two of three events determined.