Well, for sure there is some truth in the Bible, but it is also completely full of contradictions, geographical errors and chronological errors. But this is to be expected as it was written over the course of centuries by many different authors. Let us not forget also that the books contained in the NT (the Canon) were chosen by men and not agreed upon until around 250 AD, the very first mention of the NT in the form we have it today was by Bishop Athanasius in letter in 367 AD...but back to your question.... It is full of contradictions and variable stories...but don't take my word for it read it for yourself and see. Here are a few:
After the crucifixion who visits the tomb first ? ...the gospels don't agree!
MK 16:1, MT 28:1, LK 24:1 & LK 24:10, JN 20:1
What do the women see at the tomb?, again contradiction
MK 16:5, MT 28:2, LK 24:4, JN 20:1
How does Judas die ?
and for some more in Genesis try 4: 1-15 and ask yourself where the people in the cities came from!!!
In my opinion anyone that views the Bible as inerrant is making an error themselves and should try actually reading it