By Taylor G. Bunch
This publication is particularly small in quantity yet large in info. It appears on the final three days of Christ in this Earth, and the best travesty that has ever occurred in any judicial method. the writer indicates how the judicial structures of the Jews and the Romans completely broke down. He charges from old ancient authors and specialists. really easy to learn and intensely obscure!
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46 Sanctity Of Human Life In Hebrew jurisprudence every possible effort was made to save and to protect human life because it belonged to God. ) Dr. R. " To ensure justice to the accused the arguments must begin in his behalf. Nothing was permitted to be said against him till after at least one of the judges had spoken in his behalf. In case of conviction in a capital trial, sentence could not be pronounced till the afternoon of the second day. After the first conviction, the judges left the hall of hewn stone and gathered in groups of five or six to discuss the case.
Page 246. Such an act would be illegal in any court in the world. Christ was acting within His legal rights when He refused to answer the questions of the high priest. His statement was an appeal for the legal testimony of witnesses. Annas and Caiaphas lived virtually under the same roof in the palace of the high priest with only a courtyard between their residences. It was in this court that the rabble awaited the outcome of the hearings before Annas, Caiaphas, and the Sanhedrin. A maid, one of the servants of the palace, kept the door of the court.
2, p. 316. Jesus refused to give the scribes the respect they demanded; therefore they hated and persecuted Him. Qualifications For Membership The third division of the Great Sanhedrin was the Chamber of Elders. This was the patriarchal order, and represented the popular and democratic element of the nation. To this class belonged Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathaea, the former being one of the three richest men in Jerusalem. "–See Chandler, vol. 2, p. 321. Doras was another member of this order.
Behold the Man by Taylor G. Bunch