Consider Gödel's incompleteness theorem. Number theory is not as concrete as many think it is. You can argue that this does not posit that axiomatic number theory is incorrect so much as it is incomplete, but this seems to me to be a meaningless distinction. As for the physical sciences, it all ultimately boils down to physics, and we've known for a long time that physics is not deterministic. Heisenberg's uncertainty principle places a hard limit on how accurately we can describe physical systems. Even the speed of light may not be the same everywhere. There seems to be a granular level of "reality" below which we simply cannot determine anything. Physics is basically the study of how probabilities play out. Wave-particle duality is another mind-bender. It required the invention of a brand-new theoretical model (quantum field theory) to explain it. This is all to say: in math and science, any and all claims to truth are conditional and subject to revision. Nothing in math or science is true in the same way that Scripture is true.