From the link:
“There are big lessons here for every church, every denomination, and every Christian institution. Once biblical inerrancy is abandoned, there is no brake on theological and moral revisionism. The Bible’s authority becomes relative, and there is no anchor to hold the church to the words of Scripture and 2000 years of Christian witness.” end quote
Without a** Living** Magisterium, anyone can take Bible verses out of context and apply them differently, to fit the current secular world. For instance, they can argue that other texts, from the Old and New Testaments, commanding “justice” must apply here (to support things like gay marriage, etc). They can argue that verses from Paul, for instance, refer to promiscuous gay behavior, not “stable loving relationships”. So it’s not abandonment of Biblical inerrancy that’s the whole problem, that is just part of it.
The existing “traditional” books of the Bible, 27 in the New Testament, offer much wiggle room to anyone who wants to push any kind of agenda, even while offering lip service to “inerrancy”. But some Protestant groups are going farther; they don’t try to “explain away” verses about homosexuality, they simply omit them from newer bibles as not inspired. Further, some are taking the next step of admitting other books to the NT. So basically there will be unlimited wiggle room in the near future. You can choose your scriptures to fit you, and still call it “inerrancy”; unless you have a Magisterium to take into account.