With respect to the argument that if any part of the Bible is less than 100 percent accurate then the whole Bible is under question and cannot stand as an absolute anchor of truth—it is not the Bible that is in question regarding accuracy; it is a particular translation and that only in very minor ways. There are certainly enough study materials, Greek/Hebrew interlinears, concordances, Bible dictionaries, commentaries, and thousands of extant manuscripts to help us reconcile the seeming discrepancies. Further, most of these do not come near major doctrines. We also tend to forget something else. The Scriptures are spiritually discerned. The Holy Spirit must teach us as we read them in order for understanding to take place (1 Corinthians:2:14).
"The words of the Lord are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times."