There are Biblical errors because it was written by men. Had it been overseen by an omnipotent creator deity with an interest in human endeavors, and in fact an insistence that humans believe in it blindly, then that would unlikely be the case.<quoted text>
Yes, there are errors in our present bible. Maybe too many to count in fact, especially in the Ketuviym or Wrintings (The NT). Only the Greek portions were found in tact and they were just translated copies of copies of other copies. Yes, there are other gods. A god is basically one of several beings worshipped but they usually either mimic the criteria of the person worshipping it or they are worshipped because of their desire. Like someone's private jet could be their god. There are other creatures mythical and otherwise that were set up and worshipped as gods. You also have idol worship, where the idol(s) represents a particular thing, cerature or being. Some people also worship certain animals, nature and even science*.
Why did you ask?
Absence of evidence is evidence of absence.