Get Behold the Man PDF

By Taylor G. Bunch

ISBN-10: 157258338X

ISBN-13: 9781572583382

This booklet is especially small in quantity yet large in info. It seems to be on the final three days of Christ in this Earth, and the best travesty that has ever occurred in any judicial procedure. the writer indicates how the judicial structures of the Jews and the Romans absolutely broke down. He costs from old historic authors and specialists. really easy to learn and intensely obscure!

Show description

Read or Download Behold the Man PDF

Similar catholicism books

Download PDF by Basil, Agnes Clare Way: Saint Basil: Letters Volume 1 (1-185)

The letters of St. Basil, 300 and sixty-eight in quantity, which contain the main brilliant and so much own component to his works, provide us, possibly, the clearest perception into the wealth of his wealthy and sundry genius. They have been written in the years from 357, almost immediately ahead of his retreat to the Pontus, till his demise in 378, a interval of serious unrest and persecution of the orthodox Catholic Church within the East.

Download e-book for kindle: Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition by Jordan Aumann

Jordan Aumann, O. P. the well known writer offers a whole evaluation and heritage of Catholic spirituality from the Apostles to the current day.

A Joyous Heart - download pdf or read online

Existence at the farm is peaceable and worthwhile regardless of difficulties that crop up. without warning affliction and demise strike the kinfolk. Blaming herself, Miriam unearths it approximately very unlikely to deal with grief.

Extra resources for Behold the Man

Sample text

To establish the credibility of his witnesses above all others, before their testimony is entitled to be considered, and in permitting the testimony of a single profane writer, alone and uncorroborated, to outweigh that of any single Christian .... , pages 25, 26. Here are statements regarding the principles of the law of evidence that are of inestimable value to Christians in dealing with their opponents. Many become greatly concerned over the safety of their religion ant the foundations of their faith because they are not able to produce all the evidence demanded by some boasting infidel or sneering skeptic.

226, 227. In the second place, the use of a traitor, and thus an accomplice, in effecting an arrest or securing a conviction was forbidden by Hebrew law. There was no such thing as "turning state's evidence" in Hebrew jurisprudence. This rule was based on Leviticus 19:16-18. "The testimony of an accomplice is not permissible by rabbinic law .... "–"The Criminal Jurisprudence of the Ancient Hebrews," S. Mendelsohn, page 274. ) Of this rule of Hebrew law Chandler says: “ In modern jurisdictions, accomplice testimony has been and is allowed.

V. 2. Hebrew law did not permit any circumstantial evidence in a criminal case. "– "The Martyrdom of Jesus," Rabbi Isaac M. Wise. "–Talmud. This is logical, and is in harmony with the teachings of Jesus. Matthew 5:33-37. ) Under Hebrew law false witnesses were very severely dealt with. Perjury placed a witness in a position as serious as that of the one he testified against. "–"The Trial of Jesus," Chandler, vol. 1, p. 140. This rule is based upon Deuteronomy 19:18-21. Such a rule, if strictly enforced, would soon reduce perjury to a minimum.

Download PDF sample

Behold the Man by Taylor G. Bunch

by Michael

Rated 4.85 of 5 – based on 24 votes