The Bible is the Word of God as conveyed by the writers under Divine Inspiration. If you don't know what the Bible can tell you then you have not read it, for it is quite clear on that point. Errors are a matter of who is conveying the message AND what is being conveyed. I often use the example of the Biologist at dinner, who says 'Pass the vegetables' about what he knows are not vegetables.
The following are technically fruits: avocado, beans, peapods, corn kernels, cucumbers, grains, nuts, olives peppers, pumpkin, squash, sunflower seeds and tomatoes. Vegetables include celery (stem), lettuce (leaves), cauliflower and broccoli (buds), and beets, carrots and potatoes (roots).
But is he speaking as a Biologist or as something else? And what is it he is trying to convey (to non-Biologists)?