The Question of Faith
He brought a Hebrew Bible with him and showed everyone the right-to-left and the characters that none of us understood. He explained the slew of translations and revisions and how an English word doesn't always match up with the Hebrew version. The lack of vowels and punctuation were noted as well.
He then touched on the folks who like to throw words such as "infallible" and "inerrant" around and how they believe that if you question one word of the Bible, you compromise the entire thing. Dr. Marsh noted that many of these folks who say "we believe every word of the entire Bible" are actually quite selective... for instance, none of those folks has more than one spouse. Almost all probably eat ham.
At the end, the pastor's wife off-handedly made a comment that "if we knew everything about the Bible, what is the purpose of faith?".
I'd like to inject my own personal beliefs. The more I study the Bible, the less I feel like I know. I am overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of God and his grace... I'm deeply humbled. I just don't understand those who feel like they know all the answers.
"God is infallible, not your interpretation of the Bible".