TEN Most Illegalities In Jesus Trial

T.Moses By T.Moses, 12th Feb 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/qagw61hi/
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The world at large is filled with series of cases characterized by one level of illegalities or the other. These are done by judges, witnesses in court, lawyers, attorneys, and in capital cases.

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One: The court at then heard no one to stand for arguing for Jesus or even witness for him to be acquitted. How on earth will such a man win a his case

Two: Out of 23 judges available, no one is ready to defend Jesus. They all stand totally as a great enemies of his. Once one has a lot of enemies in a case it is obvious that he may lose.

Three: Those in charge of looking for witnesses the priests, went for witnesses that can testify falsely against Jesus in order to sentence him to death.

Four: Instead of making the hearing public as a public figure, they conducted the case behind closed doors.

Five: The trial case was hurriedly done in the eve of a festival. The case was not given a second hearing, but was conducted and concluded the same day.

Six: There was no indictment whatsoever, none was charge given even before the arrest of Jesus.

Seven: The fulfillment of the scriptures shows he is the messiah. But they said he has blasphem, and no investigation to examined and confirmed the claim.

Eight: When they brought the case before Pilate, the charges was then turn around again.

Nine: None of the accusations brought about Jesus was true. All charges were false and no true witness.

Ten: After the whole case, Pilate found Jesus to be innocent but still went ahead to get him executed.

The lesson is very clear. Hence the Jewish court gave serious warning concern the value of life.


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author avatar sukkran
19th Mar 2014 (#)

great points here. thanks for an interesting read.

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