In an article attempting to uphold a proper, Protestant view of Scripture, Answers in Genesis introduce the terminology of a non-Christian religion.
The following non-Christian words are used:
What is ironic is that this article contains criticism of first century Judaism and of Higher Criticism, yet employs the very language in line with what it supposedly is refuting. Also, using a modern version, particularly one of the worst paraphrases, does not add any credibility to an argument about trying to maintain doctrinal standards in regards to the inerrancy, infallibility and inspiration of Scripture. It becomes transparently hypocritical to claim to be standing for truth and yet embracing the words of a different religion and/or heretical movement.