Csi: Gethsemane to Golgotha
PublishAmerica, 2005 - 64 páginas
Two thousand years ago a man was sentenced to death for being the Son of God. Since then the events surrounding His last twenty-fours of life have become the focus of scrutiny by Christians and non-Christians alike. Are appropriate answers available to the many questions concerning these events? Is it possible to really know how much Jesus suffered during those final hours of life? Did Jesus really sweat blood in the Garden of Gethsemane? How severe was the Roman scourging? Why was crucifixion the chosen form of execution? Was His cause of death asphyxia, pulmonary embolism, heart failure, or is it still unknown? You may be surprised at the findings of this forensic investigation.
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Arrest and The Sanhedrin
accepted accountability accused actions addition agony allowed already answered appearance arrest asked attempt became become began betrayed blood loss body Caiaphas called carry cause cause of death charge chief priests condemned condition considered continued convicted Copyright crime cross crowd crucified crucifixion death described died disciples earth elders emotional eternal evidence examination execution expressed face feet finally force Garden of Gethsemane Gethsemane given Golgotha hands head heart Herod High Priest humanity identified individuals injuries innocent Jerusalem Jesus Christ Jewish Jews John Judas knew known lead Luke Mark Matthew mind mocked motive nailed offered once pain person physical Pilate possible Praetorium present probably question reason responsible result Roman Sanhedrin saying scene scourging scribes soldiers someone spatter suffered sweat thing took torture trauma trial wanted weight witnesses