Look at s144(1)(b) of the Evidence Act 2008 (Vic), below. If we were to argue something in court, using statements of fact from the bible to back up claims, then the judge would either have to accept it, showing a religious slant to the court, or ask for proper verification, verifying what should be the court's secular stance.
So, either make some claim relating to how the entire world was once under water, or about how it is possible to survive in the belly of a fish for three days and three nights, and watch the court's reaction.
What stories can you come up with that would weave religious texts' "facts" into them to get a response from the courts?
Matters of common knowledge 144. Matters of common knowledge (1) Proof is not required about knowledge that is not reasonably open to question and is- (a) common knowledge in the locality in which the proceeding is being held or generally; or (b) capable of verification by reference to a document the authority of which cannot reasonably be questioned. (2) The judge may acquire knowledge of that kind in any way the judge thinks fit. (3) The court (including, if there is a jury, the jury) is to take knowledge of that kind into account. (4) The judge is to give a party such opportunity to make submissions, and to refer to relevant information, relating to the acquiring or taking into account of knowledge of that kind as is necessary to ensure that the party is not unfairly prejudiced.