An analysis of the agonizing trial of jesus in the bible

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Jesus is stripped and nailed to the Cross. During this inquisition we are told that "some began to spit on Him, and to blindfold Him, and to beat Him, and to say to Him, 'Prophesy!

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Biblical law prohibited various kinds of sorcery, soothsaying, or necromancy. Thus scriptures were fulfilled: I can count all my bones: they look and stare upon me. The disciples run away and Jesus is taken away. A crown of thorns was placed on his head. From a juridical point of view, however, it would appear that such statements were not intended to supply the legal answer as to why certain Jews and Romans killed Jesus. Isaiah Crucifixion Crucifixion was invented by the Persians between b. The disciples who Jesus asked to wait with him fell asleep; even his closest friends left him to suffer alone. Joseph Hoffmann, Gerald A.

This consideration, let me add, seems applicable to other New Testament authors as well. During the arrest in Gethsemane, someone Peter according to John takes a sword and cuts off the ear of the high priest's servant, Malchus.

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Blood and water gush out. Did he not, rather, give us in this form of his petition the very essence of true prayer? After He was arrested, Jesus was treated as a hot potato, being passed from one hand to another with no one wanting to take the rap either for His death or His release.

The tombs broke open and the bodies of many holy people who had died were raised to life.

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Pilate resigns himself to the decision, washing his hands according to Matthew before the people as a sign that Jesus' blood will not be upon him. Paul H.

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Judas betrays Jesus by identifying him with a kiss - the signal he had arranged beforehand. Christians argue that these are cases of genuine and fulfilled prophecy and many scholars see Semitic features and tradition in Mark Matthew, the publican, was one of the Twelve, but Mark and Luke apparently were not. According to Luke, one of the thieves reviles Jesus, while the other declares Jesus innocent and begs that he might be remembered when Jesus comes to his kingdom see Penitent thief. Jesus' body is taken down and buried. The tombs broke open and the bodies of many holy people who had died were raised to life. What they feared most of all was some kind of ultimate, evil trick. Jesus tells them they will all fall away that night; after Peter protests he will not, Jesus says Peter will deny him three times before the cock crows.

Jesus had raised others from the dead in Galilee, but the raising of Lazarus, just over the hill from Jerusalem, brought His powers too close to the holy city.

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