A crucial facet of biblical revelation is its complexity and nuance AND its unfolding nature. As human beings differentiated from their culture around them, influenced by the salt of the Word of God over centuries, changes occurred.
Christians have historically walked in fear and sought to make God in their own image. Human beings in general do not like change, and want a static and unchanging picture.
But God is infinite, and so much greater than our momentary glimpses…the faith journey involves trusting Them as They unfold the next glimpse…and to center in on those things that endure and abide and never change, among which are faith, hope, and love.
The graphic below illustrates how this has taken place, on just one topic: marriage. If you try to make each one of those biblical references theologically binding, you end up in prison…sadly, that prison of theology most christians lock themselves into and call a palace.
I assure you that other graphics that would look similar could be fashioned and would have the same message: God is greater than the revelation of God, and God can be trusted to bring us to that place that shows faith, hope, and love along with the character traits of this God who Sacrificed all for us…this God in whom Justice and Mercy kiss.