Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John describe the same events in different ways in their respective gospel accounts, and no responsible reader can simply sweep these differences under the rug. For serious Christians, this raises questions about biblical inerrancy. Can these books be fully trusted? Responding to the questions surrounding the gospel narratives, New Testament scholar Vern Poythress makes a strong case for inerrancy in the gospels and helps readers to understand basic principles for harmonization. He also tackles some of the most complicated exegetical problems, showing the way forward on passages that have perplexed many, such as the healing of the centurion's servant, the cursing of the fig tree, and more. All those interested in the authority of Scripture will find great encouragement and insight in the arresting case Poythress provides to stem the tide of skepticism.