Can people explain what exactly this means to me? Would this be more like proposed new revelations on the meaning of scripture, denying that there are things in the bible that have never been properly understood until now, because of a denial of the holy spirit accurately providing the correct interpretation in some way or another throughout history? That would suggest the scriptures are at the mercy of man and not safeguarded by God or some guided tradition as is often argued by those in the catholic spectrum. I would say pre-modernist translations like King James, Douay-Rheims and Geneva are probably more likely to adhere to patristic tradition and consensus, while the NRSV and some others like Good News fall into the liberal camp. Both have a very novel interpretation of Psalm 22:16 that is found neither in Christian or Jewish tradition. I have also heard some say that various study bibles will often contain liberal scholarship, though I need some insight as to what would that be exactly besides what I've already inquired about in this post.