I visited this site and looked around a bit. Here is a quote that illustrates the intent of this author:
"Who was Jesus Christ?
Mark: He was the son of man.
Matthew and Luke: He was the Son of God.
John: He was God himself.
In the Four Gospels are presented three entirely different conceptions of the Christ. In Mark he is represented as the son of human parents -- the Messiah -- but simply a man. In Matthew and Luke we have the story of the miraculous conception -- he is represented as the Son of God. In John he is declared to be God himself. "In the beginning was the Word [Christ], and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" (i, 1).
According to Mark Christ is a man; according to Matthew and Luke, a demi-god; according to John, a God."
OK, now, consider this:
Who is Susan?
Chris: she is my mother
Reid: she is my wife
Frank: she is my daughter
Rose: she is my friend
Just as I am genuinely all of these conceptions, so is Jesus Christ the son of a man, the son of God, and God himself in human form. The different descriptive words simply address an aspect of Christ's total identity.
Also, the author of the site errs himself in stating that the book of Mark presents Jesus as simply a man. No gospel writing makes that claim; the author is choosing to quote just the parts that suit his purpose.
*sigh* OK, if you want to stand there with your arms crossed and smugly say "Ah HA, here are 610 contradictions so the Bible isn't reliable!!!", then do it. I get the feeling you are hoping Christians will feel doubt and dismay that you have shot holes in their logic. But I tell you what I am going to do: I am going to go right along like I have been these last several years, reading the Bible every single day and finding each day that through those words God has some bit of knowledge, understanding, reassurance and guidance waiting just for me. You can't deny that I've felt God's direction because you don't know what has happened to me that has proven to me without a doubt that the scripture is worthy of respect and is a valid source of the most unbelieveable comfort, joy and direction.
"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