The main point I can agree with is point 5 provided that "accurately" does
not include the descriptions of natural science. Or to put it another way,
the main point I disagree with is point 1.
I see no biblical reason to believe that God would not accommodate his
revelation to the ordinary scientific opinions of the times. Although I do
not see any attempt in the OT to teach that the Earth is flat, I do see that
the theological revelation in the OT is clothed in the scientific
understanding of the times, wherein the Earth is flat. I set forth my reasons
for believing the Earth is described as flat in the OT in a paper called "The
geographical meaning of 'earth' and 'seas' in Gen 1:10" in the Westminster
Theological Journal 59 (1997) 231-55.
Where is a biblical revelation saying that God would never accommodate his
revelation to the scientific ideas of the times? I think point 1, although
popular, is an a priori assumption brought into theology from philosophical
idealism or rationalism.