Ill give you a counter question to ponder. To what extent can it be maintained that a literal
interpretation of Aristotle removes all danger of human error? If your answer is negative, then you
have the answer to your question as well. Not forgetting that there's a lot more brain power in Aristotle
than the Scriptures. In short: your question relates simply to what you, as a human being capable of
thinking, make of the scripture texts. You have no assurance than another persons word (who in turn
relies on yet another persons word and so on through the millennia) that anything whatever in the
scriptures has a source outside a human mind. That's a lot less than science or philosophy would
impose as the minimumstandard of critical thinking.