When scripture teaches something, does that settle a matter, a belief and practice? If a naturalistic explanation clashes with a scriptural one, should the natural overrule the biblical? The virgin birth is not naturalistic. Should believers reject that event and teaching for a naturalistic explanation? Should men just receive what the Bible says happened?
New studies say that spanking isn't good for children. The Bible says it is good. Should the Bible continue to rule on child rearing?
Naturalists say earth is billions of years old. The Bible says less than 10,000. What decides?
Linguists say there's evidence the Hebrew language developed from other ancient ones. The Bible shows Hebrew the original language in the Garden of Eden. Is the Bible true?
Naturalism says that societal evolution advances egalitarianism. The Bible says God designed man as the head of the woman. What are we to think?
Naturalistic rules of textual criticism say that no one can be sure of the exact wording of the New Testament, neither was the text of the New Testament accessible for centuries. The Bible says God preserved and would preserve every Word of His Words for every generation of believer. Which should be trusted?
Taking a naturalistic position in denial of scriptural teaching is a faithless position. According to scripture it doesn't please God.