There is an old Jewish story about a group of rabbis debating the meaning of a particular section of the Torah. All but one rabbi agreed on one interpretation. The last rabbi argued with fervency. He said that if he was right God would have the river next to them run backwards. It did. There were several other miracles (I don't remember the whole story as I heard it in college circa 1973) supporting the one rabbi. Finally one of the other rabbis pointed out that the interpretation of the Torah was given to humanity so that even if God said they were wrong it didn't matter because interpretation was their job, not God's. God's response was a laugh and, "They got me on that one."
This is NOT a Christian story, maybe more's the pity. We believe the Holy Spirit guides our interpretation, particularly when we do that interpretation in Church Councils. Except, of course, when the Council is not guided by the Holy Spirit as the Reformed Confession writers like to point out. Even Synods and Councils err, thank God. Thus in the end all interpretation is human interpretation. We can't tell for sure what is inspired by God and what isn't although there are some things we can all agree upon.
So sometimes after a carefully worded argument on a blog I note (only to myself of course) that I could be wrong. We all could be wrong, couldn't we?