The crucifixion of Jesus occurred in 1st century Judea, most probably between
the years 30 ...... Because of his perfection, voluntary death, and resurrection,
Jesus defeated Satan and death, and ar...
The gospels put most of the blame for the crucifixion on the Jewish leaders. ...
leaders initially hesitated to arrest Jesus because "they were afraid of the crowd.
This indicates that there was no getting around the fact that Pilate had crucified
Jesus because his preaching was seen as a direct threat to the sovereignty of ...
Dec 4, 2010 ... Best Answer: The people crucified Jesus because they did not agree with his
teachings, it's as simple as that. They also did not like the fact that ...
They couldn't continue to allow Him to work signs and wonders because it ... The
Romans were the ones who actually crucified Him (Matthew 27:27-37).
Jesus' tumultuous last days in Jerusalem and the actual historical evidence of ....
So we can be fairly confident [of the crucifixion] as a historical event because it ...
Traditionally, Pilate has been seen by Christians in relatively positive terms, as
one who really didn't want to crucify Jesus but who did so because he was ...
Apr 9, 2009 ... A central statement in traditional Christian creeds is that Jesus was crucified "
under Pontius Pilate." But the majority of Christians have only the ...
Sep 18, 2014 ... Jesus may have been crucified because his followers were carrying weapons,
according to a scholarly analysis of New Testament books.
Throughout the years, the crucifixion of Jesus has been depicted in iconic ... They
didn't want Jesus to cause a big stir because Rome would take away their ...