Mostly I’m amused that you think this thread has lead to amusing results.
Posters here have no problem at all conveying problems with an inerrantist stance. My point about the really really long lists of “errors/problems” kept by Atheists is not that such lists are on point - - but that some of the better lists are organized in a way that it is easier to pull out the category of problems that are focused on science and the natural world, rather than on issues of philosophy or other contentiousness.
I trust you have had some time to ponder my three categories of issues, so that we can better focus on what you think is most relevant. Here is my discussion again from my prior posting:
Case Type #1
In the 1500s, some prominent individual demonstrated that men and women had the same number of ribs. This was considered shocking and a breakthrough.
But there is nothing in the Bible that specifies that Men have one less rib.
So would this case fit your requirements? I would think it wouldn’t.
Case Type #2
There is a verse about Hares chewing their cud. I am skeptical that anyone made any attempt to insist that Hares must chew their cud. But obviously, somewhere along the line, naturalists confirmed that Hares don’t have cud to chew. Does this one meet your criteria?
Case Type #3
There are several verses that create the impression that the Philistines were living in their coastal towns early enough for Abraham to interact with them. This would be about 800 years prior to the date of the actual entrenchment on the coast by the Pelest (the source of the name Philistines); Archaeologists have more or less narrowed down the time of their first settlement (presumably in cooperation with the Egyptians) to be about 1230 BCE, with the time of their entrenched presence strong enough to keep the Egyptians out of the Sinai and Canaan for centuries to be about 1130 BCE.
Does this one meet your criteria? It should. Even today there are those Christians who argue that there was yet another group of “Sea folk” living along the Coast - - also called Philistines