6: The “inconsistent” accounts.
Gospel writers included different details and material from different sources — all of which mention the fact of the Resurrection. We have the story of Emmaus, the story of the breakfast by the sea, Thomas helpfully establishing that Jesus still had wounds, the story of Mary Magdalene, and more. These many stories all attest to the same fact of the Resurrection.
Bible skeptics point out the discrepancies between the various accounts, while Bible defenders show how they can coexist.
The larger point is often lost: They read like different peoples’ experience of the same event, not like a conscious effort by a group to make something up.