If the Bible is in error I stand to lose everything. Yet I do not seek the "safety" that the World would try to sell me. He that seeks to save his life will lose it, said Jesu. The safety of this world is a lie and it leads only to death. There is a peril to walking the narrow path, yet a surety as well, because we do not make the journey in our own strength. To live the Christian life one must be willing to accept danger and to thrive on adventure. Life is not safe. Dragons and highwaymen lie in wait along the road. Tempests and fallen trees plague the way. Rather than hedging our bets and seeking comfort in dreary pluralism, the Christian must embrace the joyful arduousness of the One Way.
Before continuing, it must be understood that I reject your nervous and shrill syncretism ENTIRELY. There are certainly many "sacred texts" in an anthropological sense, yet only one that is truly sacred, only one that is truely True, that being the Bible. There is no "diversity" of truth. There is one Way and one Truth. The Bible is extremely exclusive, clearly designating other religions (along with their various texts) as being false. Nor is Christianity unique in this regard. Most "sacred texts" are mutually exclusive. Christ does not compromise with idols and demons. The gospel of Christ is in essential conflict with any other religion. I am sorry to say that I cannot explain to you God's motives behind revealing Himself in the way that He has. I imagine it is not for mankind to understand the mysteries of God's eternal wisdom, or to plumb the depths of His counsel. It is our part to obey.
I suppose you find this very droll, and all rather rustic and backwards. I have tried to explain things and wish I could do better. But the Gospel is foolishness to the gentiles unless the Holy Spirit precedes it. If you are content with your shallow semantics and feel-good pluralism, then please ignore me from now on. If, however, you feel that your worldview could stand to benefit from discussing with me/us/the ninja-elf, then carry on.