Hi @Des. You stumbled upon quite a list of errors. Someone spent a lot of time assembling these so-called discrepancies. You have received several excellent responses already and there are many excellent resources that address these “errors”, so I will take an approach instead that Ravi suggests: Behind every question is a questioner.
To the ones who wave such lists like victory banners I would ask, Why are you so determined to discredit the Bible? What is there about God’s word that disturbs you so? For each item on your list there are countless men, women and children who have been transformed by the truth in the Bible. They are living proof of the Bible’s validity; they are living letters, as the Apostle Paul puts it, in whom the written word comes to life.
I think behind the fervor to dismantle God’s word is a determination to engage God in a contest of “your word against mine.” If I can disprove God’s word, then mine stands. And if mine stands, then I’m my own god. I am free to do my own thing.
God, of course, doesn’t allow us such freedom and this, I think, is the goad that the Bible-attackers kick against. We who have tasted and seen that the Lord (and His word) are good affirm what God says:
“This is the one to whom I will look: he who is humble and contrite in spirit and trembles at my word” (Isaiah 66:2).
And again, in Micah 2:7, “Do not my words do good to him who walks uprightly?”
Tremble at God’s word and walk uprightly. The one who does these discovers that God keeps His word and when we do God’s will, we learn the truth of it (John 7:16-17).
We need not fear that the hammers of the skeptics will destroy the Bible. “The grass withers, and its flower falls out, but the Word of the Lord endures forever” (1Peter 1:25). May the Lord strengthen your faith @Des as you continue standing on His word.