That is an interesting survey. Thanks for posting it.
One thing I will say, of whatever evils we might accuse the Protestants; please realize that without them first publishing Bibles that people could posses as their very own, neither Orthodox nor Catholic faithful would own personal copies of the Bible today.
Personally I take a very high view of scripture because very much stands upon it's authority. I'm not able to explain how God inspired the men who wrote the first manuscripts. Nobody can. But I think we have to accept as a matter of faith that the Bible has authority for our lives because it is the product of God's mind given to communicate truth to feeble persons as me.
I am convinced the Apostle Paul wrote the epistle we call Second Timothy and in 3:16 when he wrote that "all scripture is God-breathed", he meant what we call the "Old Covenant According to the Seventy." That would have been the scripture that Greek speaking Timothy would have known from a child. Paul's own writings show that he personally was thoroughly saturated with the text according to the Seventy. That was the Bible the Apostle Paul and Timothy knew.
The writers of the New Testament being inspired by the Holy Spirit cited the Seventy as the authority behind their teaching. So did the earliest Church Fathers. The earliest Church Fathers clearly believed the Holy Writings of the Seventy and the the New Testament are inspired scripture. Since the Apostles and they were witnesses closest to the biblical events, I think it appropriate to give their faith them some credit.
I take a high view of scripture and that is why I pursue a seminary education, that I might learn to handle scripture well. I am not a professional theologian but I am working toward a doctorate. As an academic I have seen modern theological agendas along with liberal theology destroy many student's high view of scripture. I think that has some bearing on the increasing degree of heterodoxy and heresy espoused by professional theologians from every denomination today.
M. Kostas, ThM