The crucifixion of Jesus is a central event in Christianity, and the cross (
sometimes depicting Jesus nailed onto it) is the main religious symbol for many
Christian churches. .... that does not req...
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Apr 8, 2014 ... For centuries the Church has largely depicted the Crucifixion of Christ with his
arms outstretched horizontally on a cross. The Shroud of Turin, ...
It was customary for the condemned man to carry his own cross from the flogging
... titulus was attached to the cross, by nails or cords, just above the victim's head.
... With arms outstretched but not taut, the wrists were nailed to the patibulum., ...
Jesus's nails went through his hands, not his forearms. ... way they show the
Crucifixion - with Christ's arms above his head, nails through his arms and his
Apr 6, 2014 ... For centuries the Church has largely depicted the crucifixion of Christ with his
arms outstretched horizontally on a cross. But scientists believe ...
Companies of angels were marshaled in the air above the place. ... He needed
no one to force his arms back upon the cross. ... As Jesus hung upon the cross,
some who passed by reviled him, wagging their heads, as though ... annoyed by
the superscription, The King of the Jews, placed upon the cross above his head.
The most famous person crucified was Jesus Christ. ... on a cross, with the sign
written by Pontius Pilate nailed above his head. .... It shows Christ on a cross, not
a pole or a 'torture stake', with his arms out-stretched to the left and the right.
Apr 3, 2014 ... Hollywood's most recent depictions Christian deity — producer Mark ... of old
believed Jesus was crucified with his arms above his head — a ...
This suggests that Jesus had his arms separated on a cross, not together on a
stake ... "Above his head they had put the charge against him in writing: 'THIS IS
... but Jesus Christ stretched forth His hands, being crucified by the Jews
... teaches as doctrine that Jesus was crucified with his arms above his head on a
single pole or stake, rather than arms outstretched, as is otherwise universally
understood. ..... “In like manner He [the Lord] points to the cross of Christ.... [Here