The New Testament is called inerrant, i.e, incapable of being wrong. However, there is at least one problem with that statement and critics are quick to point it out: there are conflicting reports of the timeline of the Messiah’s crucifixion. The Synoptic Gospels tell a seemingly different story than the Gospel of John. If we hope to defend the word “inerrant,” we should understand what the differences are, why they’re problematic, and how we might reconcile. them. Join us as we work to find a resolution in Part 2 of The Crucifixion Contradiction.