I've got certain friends to whom I believe I can trust. But honestly, people are sometimes so cruel, and I doubt even in the commandment of love to people, i.e. "Love your neighbor as yourself" (Mk 12:31).
How can we love people if we cannot trust to them? People are untrusted, therefore they are unloved.
May I ask you, what do you think about the spoiler element there? I mean if for some reason the written text cannot be trusted I can mark a few reasons: a) the language has some flaws, and that's why it ruins the previous uttered speech; b) the translators/writers, because their intentions are greedy or kinda; c) a human factor - a human even cannot trust to himself, because no one knows himself for good; d) all of these previous reasons or some of theme.
Not sure what you mean about "spoiler element". But anyway, all your points can be called the human element. Thats why theres loads of jibberish in the bible and why it needs to be "interpreted" which often means just cherry picking.
And you said "How can we love people if we cannot trust to them?". And now you've answered that yourself when youre saying "a human even cannot trust to himself, because no one knows himself for good".
That means, we must accept ourselves as faulty and untrustable. And that others are that too. That way we can love ourself and eachother.
The "spoiler elements" are – what exactly makes the written text, Bible in this case, to be worse, than the origin words of God.
Surely, I wrote that about a human. Well, I'd rather asking about this. Honestly, I don't really know. I mean, why a human who belongs to the Universe must have wrong vision of it? Maybe our untrustworthiness can be used. Some methods do good in one class of cases, some other methods do in another cases, and a human has an ability to view differently at many things, I presume, to be able to act differently. He need to adopt to conditions, and the environment has to be able to have amorphous properties – to change.