The replies of the theologians show a uniform scheme:
Since theology sees itself as the keeper and defender of eternal truths, anything new can only be an attack on these eternal truths and therefore only wrong. To see a new view on old problems as enrichment does not belong to the categories in which theologians think. Curiosity for the new, for the unknown, which distinguishes the scientist, is completely frowned upon in theology.
It is always only a question of not letting the old truths appear as shopkeepers. The old truths should rather be presented in a saleable packaging, which can then be entirely new. That is the business of theology.