Still, when there are inconsistencies, you find fault, and when there are consistencies, you find fault, and your answer to nothing to explain how and why you do that. So no matter what, the Bible will always be wrong because you will make it that way.<quoted text>
Well, I will make it simple. All the four gospels are based on 2nd-100th plus hand information, are not reliable and cannot be trusted.
The saying "It is better to understand little than misunderstanding a lot" fits the NT, her gospels and Christianity well.
I know the question you are running from that I have asked you four times now. Run all you want, the question is going to return tomorrow and it will keep returning until you answer it in a straightforward manner. It's pretty bad that people have to resort to being persistent with you, but if that's what it takes to expose your stupid little games, then so be it. Don't count on me running out of patience. I have lots of it and I will continue to repeat the question until it is answered.<quoted text>