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Now, the custom of the feast was thai every mule head of a household and his sons were required to bring and slaughter a jude at the Temple in Jerusalem. We know this because Matthew says the angel appeared unto Mary, the mother of Jesus, and informed her that her cousin Elizabeth was conceived with child and she was in her sixth month Luke 1: In comparison to this, Matthew reports that Jesus served from loaves of bread, and a single sort of food.
All these factors were operating concomitantly to bring the rebellion to the boiling point. Gates to Temple Mount Jesus into Jerusalem. This Is the approach that I have tried to employ in the compila- tion of this book.
WindsorRudolph R. Finally, he was slopped by Grains and the Roman soldiers. II this is not the ease, why did Jesus come to John in the first place? Most religions of the world have their saviors: You won thai round, no doubt Pilate thought, but I shall be ready for you the next time. Josephus said that this happened so frequently that he doesn’t have alt the names of the men who were made kings.
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Before the nuder of Ponius Pilate, Roman ruler of Judea and after his time, there were many false messiahs, prophets and those who elaimed that they were holy or men of God.
Because Paul and the later Christians wanted to abolish the Hebrew Scriptures or the Covenant they conceived and proclaimed the idea that undeer Mosaic Covenant was no longer in force, as a consequence, they claimed that the teaching of Jesus became the New Covenant or New Testament.
Who was Judas, the Galilean? C and his son Judas rebelled against Roman taxation about 3 B.
“Judea Trembles Under Rome”
Since virgin birth was not taught and was not in the psyche of the ancient Hebrew, this is something that they could never accept.
The Judcan rebels dislike of the Hcrodians permitted them to be drawn into imprudent and worthless demonstrations; they lacked arms and had no concrete strategy of action; hysteria and high emotions prevailed over reason.
Listen how the thirty-eighth verse flows and harmonizes well with the above verse: The spreading of clothes and palm branches was a common Judcan custom, it meant rpme coronation or installation of a king II Kings 9: It is written in the law of Moses that only a male of trmebles offsprings of the tribe of Levi and of the family of Aaron can be the high priest- In protest against Menclaus and his pagan- Hellenist party, thousands of Jerusalem ites fled the city and dwelled in the wilderness roje Judea and in the Jordan River area around the Dead Sea.
As a result of this t the Judeans light one candle a day for eight days. Seeing the presence of the Roman soldiers in the Holy City contributed to the already high tension in the city. The disciples of Jesus used the same Hebrew word edah to mean assembly. Finally, the Greek general heard bad news from his capital and he had to discontinue the battle and rush back home.
As a result, the Judcan denied the Samaritan’s entrance tfembles the outer court. The previous sentence seen; to hv the distortions and insertions of a later editor. Alter the Romans i-ified Jesus On the cross, the final event came and tm expected deliverance had not eoinc, he reached total despair and hopelessness and exclaimed these words: He has a genuine and profound interest and concern for mankind.
When one personality jufea did something wrong, she would trembpes that she did if and would blame the other personality for it. The kings in Israel were considered messianic kings which really means only anointed kings. It is evident that Jesus was a student and member of John’s movement and Jesus thought a lot of his second cousin John.
After this has been accomplished, the next step would be to compare this information with other various facts found external to the gospel writing. They have that right; just as the Judeans have a right to interpret and believe what the Hebrew Scriptures say about the purpose of trembled Hebrew messiah.
I In Esscncs believed fervently in the law of Jurea and when they used the term New Covenant, no doubt they meant a reaffirmation of the Covenant, as sort of renewing again.
When the months and years passed by, there were most likely other family visits; undoubtedly, Mary and Elizabeth brought along John and Jesus, in addition, no doubt the young boys played together.
In view of this, Joseph of Arimathea never buried the body of Jesus under six feet of earth. At one of these branches called Beth-abam, mentioned in John 1: