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The criminal charge laid against Christ , the confession or testimony or , rather ,
act in presence of the court , on which He was convicted , the interrogation by the
Roman governor and the inscription and proclamation on His cross at the time of
Concerning the testimony which is that the evidence must be considered as a
whole . It is comparatively easy to find an alternative explanation for one or
another of the different strands which make up this testimony . But such
explanations are ...
The testimony of the guard was accepted as being entirely true ; they knew the
guard had no reason to lie . 35 / 1161,1162 Wilbur M. Smith writes : “ It should be
noticed first of all that the Jewish authorities never questioned the report of the ...
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