How can you even know how accurate your gospels are? Here is a little quote for you:
"Today we know of just over thirty papyrus manuscripts of New Testament books which can be dated before the fourth century. That number is small in comparison with the scores of copies of Homer and the dozens of copies of other famous Greek authors."
"Each copy [of the New Testament texts] has its own oddities and mistakes: no two are completely identical, or the same as the Codex Sinaiticus [ca. 350 C.E.] or other later manuscripts - Alan Millard, Discoveries From the Time of Jesus
Oooooooooh! Jesus! Now you pose a difficult question here deeeeear! Your dear old granny will have to put on her thinking wig to answer that one deeeeeear!
Nooooow, as I see it, Jesus was tha son of Yahweh who was given messages from the creators (Elohim Incorporated) to give to mankind, but the messages were mainly from his father Yahweh. He gave the messages, had a small following, and then they crucified him for his preachings and beliefs.
That other chap "Homer" you mention I think is in the cinema, does he have a son named Bart? and a daughter named Lisa?