I have heard it said that the resurrection narrative in the Bible isn’t true because each of the four Gospels tells the story slightly differently. While that’s an interesting point, it should also be noted that the differences in the stories actually add to the veracity of the narrative. If the four Gospel writers, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, had created a conspiracy about the resurrected Christ, then it’s unlikely that their stories would differ. If, however, they were written from the perspectives of four people who saw the resurrection firsthand or who heard about it from eyewitnesses, then it makes sense that the stories might differ. It’s like when three people see an accident take place. One is riding in a car, one is standing on the corner, and one is a reporter who interviews those involved. Each perspective is an honest reckoning of what happened, but each perspective is also slightly different because it was experienced through a different lens. The resurrection narrative is the same. If it were fabricated, then the perspectives would all be the same. The fact that they differ adds to its veracity.