For those of you that can't watch videos from work or whatever, Joe says that as a child, his youth pastor invited him to a restaurant and told him to "bring his science book" (which, according to the interviewer, was a subject Joe allegedly "loves"). The pastor told Joe to place the book side by side with a Bible, and asked him what the science book's revision number was (7, in this case), then asked him what the revision number was on the Bible (no revisions at all). In other words, science makes lots of mistakes, hence the need for multiple revisions. The Bible, alternatively, is and has always been correct about everything and thus has no need for revisions.
Seriously. That's his argument.
It was from that moment that Joe seemed to have suddenly realized that science was the work of the Devil, and presumably burned every book in his house that didn't contain any words like "thou" and "smite".
Now, Joe's running in a highly democratic district in Ohio, so he will in all likeliness get curb stomped by his opponent, Democrat, Marcy Kaptur. But we shouldn't forget this very inconvenient fact: there are hundreds of Republican in congress who are just as dimwitted as Joe is. And that is an utterly terrifying thing to acknowledge.