I certainly did not intend for hostility to come about from this question, although I suppose it was inevitable. I know the questions you posed were not directly toward me, but I would like to throw in my two cents anyway.
i do believe the bible is accurate. I also believe the Bible was written by man, seeing at is signed by men. I do not believe this, in any way, tarnishes the Bible's reliability, as its construction was Divine in origin.
Now, then, onto your specific inquiries. I, personally, take neither genesis account as a statement of fact, but rather as an allegorical story, but if I did have to take one as fact, then it would be the second creation. The first creation story, exegetically, could not be literal, due to days passing before there is a sun, or an earth to rotate. It is a figure of speech to show that there seven parts to the complete creation. The point is not that the world was created in seven days, but instead, that God created.
As to the thing with Jairus' daughter. i can not say which one is more accurate than the other, nor can i see why it would matter. The gospels were written by a diverse group of men a decade or more after Jesus walked the earth. I challenge any one of you to accurately recall the exact words someone told you two years ago, much less ten or twenty. The theological point in behind it is the same, and that is not what matters, not whether she was revived from death of from near death, but that she was revived. As a side note, would not suggest using the NIV translation. it is notorious for leaving out words from the Greek.
The Quran is not without similar statements. What will people eat in Hell? [Sura 88:6, 69:36, 37:66] What was man created from? [Sura 96:1-2, Sura 25:54, Sura 24:45, Sura 15:26, Sura 30:20] Did Abraham smash the idols of the people, or did he leave quietly? [Suras 19:41-49 and 6:74-83, Sura 21:51-59]
Please, answer me these questions also. I intend no maliciousness, and I admit these questions are from a cursory glance, as I have not had time to study the Quran in depth.
God bless you.