If humans are imperfect and need Christianity, then aren't the writers of the bible imperfect as well and therefore their perspectives and accounts may be incorrect?

I know a lot of fellow Christians dont want to admit or dont want to have it true that every single world in the bible isn't the literal word of God. But nowhere in the bible it says that the writers of the bible werent humans like everyone else. And humans are not without sin and without imperfections.

I know where the fellow Christians coming from,they just dont want people to cherry-pick the passages from the bible to fit their world view.

I try to take the bible as literal as possible because thats my best bet to come as close as possible to God. When there is something contradictory, a numerical or spelling mistake, then I assume its a human/translation error.

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