There is a difference between “quickly” and “effectively”. Mathematically, the odds of bugs increase with the number of changes, plus your reviewers may not grasp everything in one gulp.
My boss used to say that “I would give people a drink with a fire hose,” (I gave the CIO a “brief executive summary” of 23 pages). His comment did not apply to program changes, though.
The same goes with Medium stories. Imagine the difference between one paragraph spanning three screens and the same text split into six paragraphs with white space. Both grammatically correct, but the second will more likely be read.
All changes introduce risk. It just needs to be minimized.