". . . they said the darnedest thing and that is I don't need Greek I need God. After that whole thing my brain started to really hurt.
 He that believeth on the Son of God hath the witness in himself: he that believeth not God hath made him a liar; because he believeth not the record that God gave of his Son.  And this is the record, that God hath given to us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. (1 John 510-11
One of the areas under attack is the mutual support between the scripture, which is God's record of, literally His "testimony" to the Son, and God's own person. The Bible and God are in agreement. This doesn't mean we always understand either one. But, we can't allow the idea become established in our minds that there's some kind of war between scripture and God lest the devil get his foot in the door.
One thing to notice is that most of the people who say, "We believe the Bible" have learned to say that from others who say it without actually checking to see if what they believe is ever directly stated in the Word. Too often people accept teachers claiming to properly interpret scripture by explaining it away, teaching what God meant to say, rather than what He actually said according to what is written. What they believe has been determined by their parents, their friends, their Pastor and the people there, or some minister in the media. This is part of why they are so little influenced by what we show them is written. The Bible isn't what determines the content of their faith.
Another thing that weakens them to not believe what is clearly scripture when it's shown to them is they believe determining such things belongs to their Pastor or TV authority. They are men of God. By comparison, when we gather together our own presence doesn't make any difference in the outcome of the meeting. We have no voice. In practice we are treated as though we have nothing, even though the God of the Universe has taken up residency within us.