I did a thorough comparison of the four Gospels comparing the four versions of the resurrection story. The amount of discrepancies are ridiculous. The fact that the story does not better match between the four reports is evidence that the story did not actually happen as any of the four describe. They cannot all be right, as they contradict each other. But they can certainly all be wrong.
Here is a table describing the differences side by side:
Notice that only one book bothers talking about the ZOMBIE JEW SAINTS that got up and walked the streets. Notice how different the actions taken by the women are. In the case of Mark, some manuscripts say they went out quickly and reported the incident whereas some other manuscripts say the women said nothing to nobody. Notice how only Matthew speaks of an earthquake and has the stone rolled away with the women present, whereas the other three all state the stone was already rolled away when the women arrived. And something I found interesting is how the women regarded the incident as a body theft... they did not think anything supernatural happened... except perhaps in Matthew, since in that case god came down and did it in front of them.
So Christians must pick which story they prefer. They likely go with Matthew, which is ironic considering Matthew contains known forgeries mentioned in the margins of their own Bibles. Considering Matthew is the most divergent of the four, it should be the one least used, but it has all the magic hooey that Christians like which is likely why they prefer it, ignoring the major authenticity issue with that Gospel in particular.
Not that any of the four books were actually written down by the individuals that they are named for. Heck, we cannot even confirm Matthew, Mark, Luke or John even existed. At some point some scribe wrote down hearsay of oral traditions passed on for decades after the reported events. That is all we can say for sure. There is no way to assign a truth value to the claims themselves, or even to the existence of individuals reporting the claims.
I abandoned Christianity a LONG time ago due to similar inconsistencies as these, and having never found evidence of any god. But I found this particular study pretty interesting and worth posting.