Gospel Accounts

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The Lamb Of God - Life and Teachings in The New Testament - Canonical Gospel Accounts
... See also Gospel harmony, Historical reliability of the Gospels, and Internal consistency of the New Testament Not everything contained in the New Testament ... Elements whose historical authenticity are disputed include the two accounts of the Nativity, as well as the Resurrection and certain details about the Crucifixion ... Views on the gospels range from their being inerrant descriptions of the life of Jesus to their providing no historical information about his life ...
Stephaton - Gospel Accounts
... The account of Jesus receiving a sponge soaked in vinegar while on the cross appears in all four of the canonical gospels, with some variation ...
Antisemitic Canards - Accusations of Deicide
... According to Jeremy Cohen, "ven before the Gospels appeared, the apostle Paul portrayed the Jews as Christ's killers.. ... however, was soon to come." According to the New Testament accounts, the Jewish authorities in Judea charged Jesus with blasphemy and sought his execution, see Sanhedrin Trial of Jesus ... Pilate is portrayed in the Gospel accounts as a reluctant accomplice to Jesus' death ...
Sanhedrin Trial Of Jesus - Biblical Narrative
... In the narrative of the canonical gospels after the betrayal and arrest of Jesus, he is taken to the Sanhedrin, a Jewish judicial body ... In the four canonical gospels Jesus is tried and condemned by the Sanhedrin, mocked and beaten and is condemned for making the claim of being the Son of God ... Although the Gospel accounts vary with respect to various details, they agree on the general character and overall structure of the trials of Jesus ...

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