What Christian does not find the supposed truth of her or his beliefs to be important? Do any Christians find Biblical claims to be unimportant?
What errors do Christians admit are in the Bible? I realize that liberal Christians recognize some Biblical errors. In any event, it seems much more logical to me to assume that a perfect God would only author a perfect book if he authored any book. Those Christians who avow Biblical errors are not being consistent with their theology, and it appears to me that they've insulated their beliefs from falsifiability. In other words as they see it errors in the Bible cannot be God's errors.
You can post whatever rationalizations you want for apparent errors in the Bible, but there's not much you might say that I'm not already familiar with and have found unconvincing. Why even try to smooth over problematical Bible passages? The danger of such an effort is to arrive at a conclusion that while possibly correct is not probably correct. I say keep things simple, and just take the Bible for what it says whether you're comfortable with it or not.
My god ......
Did you just convert yourself again?