Why Did the Romans Crucify Jesus?

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According to the gospels, the main charge against Jesus was that he claimed to be the king of the Jews. The Roman soldiers were mocking this idea when they dressed him in a purple robe and pressed a crown of thorns onto his head. This was also the charge written on the sign at the top of the cross.
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New Testament writers charged the Jews with having crucified Jesus (Acts 2: 36,
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Well they accused jesus cause he was telling the future like bad things would start to happen so they were getting sick of it cause they thaught he was lying and the 1 night they
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Jesus was crucified in 31AD. He died at 3pm on a Friday afternoon. His death fulfilled the prophesy of the plan for man's salvation. Jesus was the Lamb who died for all of our sins.
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I doubt he was actually there, the evidence of Roman contemporaries is lacking. It would have to be sedition, or he'd've been beheaded. Which leads you to wonder about the thieves
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