"The 610 Gospel contradictions... are enough to establish that when the Gospel accounts are compared to one another, not only do they lack in their alleged harmony, but in their so-called inerrancy, as well."
The amazing thing about the Gospels, or the New Testament as it is commonly called, is the astonishing number of facts that are the same in each account. The face that so many people recorded their witnessing of the life and activity of Jesus Christ, his death, his ressurection and the one-on-one encounters he had with numerous people during the days after the ressurection until he returned to heaven; what is even more awesome is the dramatic accounts related by such writers as Paul who were touched by the presence of Christ.
The variances of the Gospel's writer-witnesses account is due to the fact that each person perceives an event from a unique point of view and will naturally note different details, so their account will not be word for word the same as the man standing next to them. But their accounts all point to the same thing, Wayne - God's love for each of us.
"The strength of our faith is in direct proportion to our level of belief that God will do exactly what He has promised." ~George Mueller
(1805-1898) Plymouth Brethren preacher
"Unbelief looks at God through circumstances, just as we often see the sun dimmed by clouds or smoke. But faith puts God between itself and its circumstances, and looks at them through Him." F. B. Meyer