So you, a Muslim, don't believe that verse in Genesis is from God?
I don't believe the bible is the word of God.
I have come to understand that the bible is in fact many books combined and selectively chosen by past and recent clergies (recent as in the Roman Church). The word bible comes from the Greek Biblios
The word bible itself is not in the bible. The qur'an refers to the Jews and Christians as the "people of the book" and rightly so.
The old testament has selectively chosen works which refer to the torah. There are other works called apocrypha that are not included but scriptural.
Likewise with the new testament, many different books put together and as a bonus many letters which were written by none other than Saul of Tarsus aka "st. paul". That's why the various letters of NT are such elusive rants about Paul himself and his attempts to convert people into his new teachings. Once again there are other scriptural works that are not included in the new testament, more apocryphal works. I've had the opportunity to read some of the translated apocryphal works as well. Often times more than not. Guess what's more common? The lack of trinity.
Thus the bible really.. is an accumulation of many different books, scriptures and letters. Which include sayings, writings and narratives of: historians, scribes, prophets, clergy, God, etc...
It is not the word of God. Hence the many contradictions. Certainly it contains recordings of the revelations from God, but not all of it is from God.
Furthermore there many flavours of the bible. Not just translations. Did you know ethiopian church includes a book that you may not be aware of? How about catholics vs protestant bible? Can you tell me which works are included or not included? I bet you were not aware of this.