How can you know there is a contradiction unless you know what the verses mean?
Words sunshine, that's how.
The meaning is in how the words are used and the order in which they are placed Shemp, not just in the words alone. Here, I'll show you.
My mother's car business ran over my bag and cracked the glass driver Wednesday taught all last summer how to buy.
Wednesday my last driver taught mother's glass how to buy the cracked summer car bag and ran my business over all.
Same words, different meaning.
One verse says different words to the other words written in the other two verses.
It's supposed to be different words genius! They are written by different authors, at different times, from different perspectives. Buy a clue man!
Or are you yet again going to put your own words and interpretations into...
Oh stop the petty lies. No one has put their own words and interpretations, much less for you to say "again". All I've done is ask you a question, and you're still dodging.
It is still not clear whether you know what the verses mean.
One gospeller writes that the women didn't tell anyone what it was they had witnessed at the empty tome and gives a reason why they didn't.
Until when? Did they never tell anyone? Did the author say? When did the story in Mark end? Did the author say?
yet two other gospellers claim that they did speak of their experience. Why are you denying this fact.
I haven't. I've denied the assumptions you're placing over the stories.
In Mark, the story ends right as the women leave the tomb. In Matthew and Luke, the story follows them to after they arrived home. So if they told others after they arrived home, only Matthew and Luke would have that account of them telling others. Easy.
Stop trying to bury these contradictory verses with stalling and filibustering and either explain them or simply admit that they are indeed what they are and always will remain: CONTRADICTIONS!
I just explained them again. Will you stupidly pretend again I didn't?
neither said they any thing to any man;
Until they arrived home Cletus! Jesus was considered a criminal against the state. The disciples were in hiding. Of course they would not say anything except to trusted friends.
Here are a few questions that will embarrass you even if you dodge them.
Q: Who did the women tell in Matthew and Luke?
A: The disciples
Q: Where were these disciples?
A: At the house.
Q: So then, when did the women tell them?
A: After they arrived at the house.
But Marks story ends before they arrive at the house! So Mark mentions that they spoke to no one running away from the tomb. You want it to mean they spoke to no one EVER AGAIN. Stupid.
It is also interesting to note here the massive contradiction from Matthew (28:9) above where he tells of the women holding Jesus' feet.
You are confused. First, more than one group of women set out to the tomb that morning. You have confused those 2 groups. Second, the WOMEN do not touch Jesus, He even tells them not to touch Him.
So in Matthew and Luke, the women rush home and tell no one until they reach home. How does that contradict Mark? The only way is for you to say Mark means they NEVER tell anyone EVER. But that isn't what the text says. That is just the lie you push.
But that is an idiots assumption. No reason for it.
These Gospel writers just cannot seem to get it together , can they?
The thing that tickles me is that these goobers actually think everyone, billions of people, missed this for hundreds of years, till they came along.
Now, watch the genius dodge the questions.... Again.