“In matters that are so obscure and far beyond our vision, we find in Holy Scripture passages which can be interpreted in very different ways without prejudice to the faith we have received. In such cases, we should not rush in headlong and so firmly take our stand on one side that, if further progress in the search for truth justly undermines this position, we too fall with it.”
The liberal, revisionist, Spong-ite, Unitarian in a fancy vestments who voiced this herectical opinion was, if you can believe this, actually a bishop of the Church. His name escapes me at the moment, but I think it began with an A.
Hat tip to Lee Shaw