Would anyone make the argument that Peter, Paul or any of the men who wrote the scripture were without sin? Of course not. Therefore, can't we conclude that God has chosen to reveal himself through flawed men who are not perfect? I think that is obvious. Therefore, if we can believe that God has chosen flawed men to reveal himself through why is it so difficult for us to accept that the book God has chosen to reveal himself through might also have flaws. (especially since what we have today are not original versions.) Before you stone me, hear me out. I believe the bible to be from God and to be inspired. I believe it is all sufficient to accomplish its given purpose. But if you found out tomorrow through archelogical evidence that one of the chapters was copied wrong or missing etc. would it shake your faith. I can honestly say it wouldn't affect mine. Why? Because my faith is not in the Bible. Its in the one to whom the Bible testifies. I don't have to have an perfect book to be a believer. Just like I don't have to have a perfect preacher. Why? Because I know from the book that I have a perfect Savior. That's enough for me.