With the permission of the administrators, we can examine this subject. We need to do so with respect and the understanding that we are all worshipers of Jesus Christ as our Lord and God, however. So first, I would like to shock everyone and say YES, there are some errors. However they are all in the translations we have now and we have spotted most of them. There are some transcriber errors regarding numbers/ages that we can find (I think the most modern translations have these corrected as per the most ancient mss available however). We know that the end of Mark is an addition, but we don't know by whom. However it is a totally different writing style and bears no relation to any of the other gospels. In John we also have an insertion, although it may be a factual one. It is the story of the woman caught in adultery and brought before Jesus. It is the famous "Let him who is without sin cast the first stone" episode. There is also a phrase in the first epistle of John which appears to be the insertion of someone's marginal note. All three of these insertions are noted in the modern texts which have notes or study guides along with them. There also may have been some intention corruptions (possibly by Origen) introduced into the Masoretic translation. In a number of genealogies, the cipher for 100 is dropped in the lists of 'begats.' Several of the references Matthew and Christ make to Old Testament prophecies are missing in the Masoretic, from which our Old Testament is taken, and yet present in the older Septuagint, or LXX. With all of this said, it should be noted that we CAN find these things by checking our oldest known manuscripts. God has not left us without a way of checking! One wonderful check has been in those parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls which quote sections of Scripture. It is this way we found that Isaiah is correct the way we have it now. The Septuagint and the Samaritan texts also are good ways of checking information and accuracy. As far as the New Testament is concerned, letters quoting almost every single section of it which were written during the first and second centuries are still extant and can be examined (and have been) for checks on what has come down to us through official copies. And yet, with the various bits and pieces which truly have crept in through the centuries of copying and recopying, the incredible thing is that the message from God rings as true as ever. The human condition is exactly as stated, God's promises are true as stated, Jesus was and is exactly who He claimed to be, and the church has been established which all the guiles of Satan have not been able to tear down. God is still God and the Bible is still His Word. It has everything we need to know about His character, His judgment, and His love of us. His Word and His message are much, much bigger than any copyist errors, insertions, or even intentional changes can hide. We can still be confident about Him as He has revealed Himself in His Word, from Genesis 1:1 to the end of Revelation.