Cannot be bothered to read religious tripe closely, but at a glance, looks like the two questions have not been answered? (one line will suffice and in the absence of approximately that, I'll assume evasiveness).
So yep, I'm satisfied.
But I am not satisfied.
Your first question is kind of kooked, and I did't read it carefully enough (missed the word "anthropogenic").
1. How do anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide emissions explain the end of the last Ice Age (roughly 11,700 years ago).
Of course the right answer is no way at all. I just concentrated the number 11700 and figured out that you are talking about Younger Dryas period and provided a recent study about the developments during the era.
For your second question
2. Ah, so then, how do "Climate Change models" mathematically control for whatever forces DID cause the Ice Age(s) to come and go . . . repeatedly . . . cricket's chirping . . .
I actually did provide link about mathematical models to explain the cyclical glaciation during the last few million years: "Why an ice age occurs every 100,000 years: Climate and feedback effects explained"
The interesting thing is when the Sun gives more energy, the glaciers reduce and the albedo changes. In the same time oceans warm up and can not hold so much CO2, which warms up the air so there can be more water vapor in the air. When the Sun energy is down, the reverse is happening.
As far science can now say, the Sun has been pretty stable, the energy is now some 5% up from what it was 500 million years ago. The small variations in Earth orbit and tilt, the Milankovitch Cycles, causes enough variation to induce the glaciation in current continent distribution.
Any more questions?