A thought struck me though. The bible simply isn't big enough to do that is it.
We can't neglect the fact that the bible spends a lot of time on rules that people don't follow any more - about not mixing cotton with other materials, about what we can eat and as Christopher Hitchens said, who we can have sex with and in what positions. More pages are wasted with impossible myths, whether they be about talking snakes or floods. Still more describe how the peoples of the surrounding areas were massacred.
This leaves remarkably little space for all of human knowledge.
Fortunately this reveals the truth, that the bronze age writings of the bible tell us almost nothing about the universe, however you spin the contents. Whatever you do, you can't get all the learning about the universe into a book so small. Imagine everything we know about astronomy fitting into such a slim volume. Then fit all we know about physics into another, and Chemistry, Medicine, and each of the thousands of other specialist subjects into individual volumes. Not only would you not be able to fit any subject into one book, but these thousands of volumes self-evidently contain more knowledge than the bible.
So let's face it. Its not 'all in the bible'.
Presuppositionalists - how do you answer?