Humanity cannot continue to resolve twenty-first-century dilemmas with first-century guidelines—much less guidelines that came before that time….
Tomorrow’s moral, ethical, and social challenges cannot be met using eighteenth- or tenth- or sixth-century understandings and instructions. Those instructions and those understandings were not ‘wrong,’ they were not ‘bad,’ they were simply incomplete.
Yet unless you acknowledge this, unless humanity can admit that it does not know all there is to know about God and about Life, there can be no hope of continuing life as you have known it on your planet a great deal longer. 
In 2014, I published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers.