Pah, if you are aware of the first four records of the New Testament (Matthew -John), you are aware that (a) each of the writers made reference to some events not discussed by the others;(b) You also would be aware that events of which two or more are writing, each does not always say exactly what the other writer or writers may have written. Because one writer may give information the other writers does not, even when discussing the same event, no way reflects on the inpsiration of the writer. We know they wrote what God wanted written. Because God does not give the information in the manner you desire does not alter the fact He gave it nor in the way which He gave it. The whole point of this discussion is to show that there is no contradiction between what Matthew wrote about Judas' death and Peter's comments in Acts 1. If you don't agree with the interpretation I gave, fine. However, don't charge those writers or speakers with a contradiction. There is none.
What about Exodus?