Also since you are asking:
Why is there a difference between what the earlier Mathew and Mark said were the lasts words of Jesus:
Mark 15:34 and Matthew 27:46 "My god, my god, why have you forsaken me."
And the later Luke and John:
Luke 23:46 "Father, into your hands I commit my spirit." John 19:30 "It is finished."
One sounds like an ordinary man who preached having doubts about his death and the manner of his death. The other is like the modern version of Jesus? But historically Mark and Matthew were closer to the event… did they make up what Jesus had said or did Luke and John change what was said to overcome the fact that the preacher Jesus was killed like a common criminal and his last words sounded like doubt?
Why do you think these accounts are so different? Why is Mark's account ignored when he was first and the much later John's account taken as what was really said?