matter of fact they do not, as is shown by John Wenham in his book Easter Enigma: Do the Resurrection Accounts Conflict?. If they did, however, this need not at all
detract from their value as historical sources given that they are in agreement
with regard to the central details of the narrative. If one disqualifies them on this basis, one
will have to disbelieve in the sinking of the Titanic, since the eyewitnesses
disagreed as to whether the hull split in two before sinking.
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