It is being argued that the KJV is the inspired, inerrant Word of God preserved in English. If so, what am I to make of the following errors? 1. 2 Chronicles 22:2 - Jehoahaz died at age 40, his son Ahaziah begins to reign at the age of 42. This verse has Jehoahaz giving birth to a son two years before he himself was born! How can this be? 2. 2 Samuel 6:23 and 2 Samuel 21:8 - The first verse teaches that Michal had no children. The second verse teaches that Michal has five sons. These verses teach that Micahl who had no children has five sons. How can this be? 3. 2 Chronicles 36:9 and 2 Kings 24:8 - The first verse says that Jehoiachin was eight years old when he began to reign. The second verse says that he was 18 years old when he began to reign. These verses teach that Jehoiachin was both eight and 18 when he began to reign as king. How can this be? Could someone please tell me how the KJV - the inspired, inerrant Word of God in English - can contain these errors? How is this possible?