It's rare to find a mistake in the movies. They are well researched. But some moviegoers have made a hobby of finding those mistakes. In Indiana Jones, the leading character flies across the Atlantic in an airplane a year before planes began carrying passengers across the Atlantic and starts back by airship a year after the end of trans-atlantic airship service. And in the same movie, two men are reading the same issue of a newspaper, but the date on both papers is twenty years old.

Some people make a hobby of hunting for mistakes in the Bible. Most of those "mistakes" are easily explained. When you consider the centuries of copying by hand, the difficulties of translation, the Bible is remarkable for its accuracy. Certainly, when it comes to finding and following God, no one is ever led astray by anything written in the Bible.