I've always had a question: The New Testament was formed 300 years after Jesus's Resurrection, and the scriptures mainly come from the apostles' epistles, which are the records from their memories about the events when they followed Jesus. Is it possible that the Bible has errors because of man's inaccurate memory? I noticed that some sayings of one event is different in different chapters. For example, Peter’s denying the Lord three times in the Gospels. In Matthew 26:75 it says, "… Before the cock crow, you shall deny me thrice. …", while in Mark 14:72 it says, "… Before the cock crow twice, you shall deny me thrice. …" Same thing, but different sayings. So is the whole Bible inspired by God? If it is so, how could God make mistakes? Why are there different sayings about one matter? I'm really puzzled. What about you guys’ opinions?