"The fact that people die for what they believe is a pretty strong arguement."
For what exactly? That people are willing to die for something that they believe is true regardless of whether or not it actually is, in fact, true?
"people also die for causes that are totally bunk because they are misinformed, led astray, or just simply crazy."
"Then you need to see if what the disciples were saying was crazy, or nuts."
No, first you need to show that any of them actually existed. Then you can debate their sanity.
"The fact that the disciples accounts? all match up and the Bible has been given a 97% accuracy rating would lead me to believe its almost undeniable."
Obviously you're unaware of Round Robin writing. One author starts the book at chapter 1, finishes the chapter and passes it off to the next author--who then reads the damned thing--and writes his own chapter to go with it. Do this with 20 or 30 authors and you have a completely accurate book that is internally consistent with itself despite having been authored by a number of different people. People who may have never met each other, even.
Given that every single author of your Wholly Babble had access to earlier books I don't see why the fact that it agrees with itself (which, in actuality it doesn't do very often) would be surprising.