This article by @Andrew_Loke is an important one to read.
In recent years a number of scholars have argued that numerous biblical texts affirm what we now know are erroneous scientific notions. The sort of arguments they use and the biblical texts they cite have been well summarised in the writings of Denis Lamoureux. Lamoureux argues that these texts affirm erroneous notions concerning a three-tier universe, the movement of the sun across the sky, a solid firmament, flat earth, the mustard seed being the smallest seed, the death of the seed during germination, preformatism and creation de novo. I show that Lamoureux has not adequately considered Beale’s distinction between what the texts affirm and what the author believes. I develop various arguments based on this distinction and demonstrate that Lamoureux’s arguments fail to refute Beale’s position concerning biblical inerrancy and rule out an alternative view of divine accommodation which uses ancient common ways of expression without affirming scientific errors.
I highly recommend this article to those who are with BioLogos, and would like to hear what they think about it. For example, Lamoureux book is currently begin discussed there (https://discourse.biologos.org/t/lamoureuxs-evolution-scripture-and-nature-say-yes/39326 and https://discourse.biologos.org/t/lamoureuxs-evolutionary-creation/39249/2), and I know @Randy has enjoyed his work.
I like Lamoureux too, but think he is wrong when he claims the Bible teaches scientific errors. It appears that he is reading errors into Scripture for the purpose of saying this. Any how, it will be helpful to talk about specific examples when they arise. I can put a few quotes up from the article if anyone wants to engage.