I am unclear why this is such a sensitive subject that it merits this response.
The catholic position is quite clear. The bible is the word of god, but requires expert interpretation, this is the purpose of the clergy.
Unitarian Universalists vary from christian - those who accept part of the bible as true to non christian, those who regard the bible simply as one of many holy texts.
Like islamists, mormons have gone their own way - but I will buy that they have reprudiated much of the bible.
I have no problem with the idea of groups that state the bible is wrong in certain respects. If they choose to believe other aspects fine. However, simply delegating the responsibilty to the clergy or church authorities and then trying to distance themselves from the aspects they personally don't find appealing is not really enough. The concept of 'not in my name' springs to mind.