This article delves into the enigmatic figure of Joseph of Arimathea, a wealthy member of the Jewish ruling council and a secret follower of Jesus. Explore the complexities of his character, his courageous actions following the crucifixion, and his pivotal role in fulfilling prophecy, set against the backdrop of first-century religious and political tensions. This article offers an insightful look into the nuanced interplay of faith, tradition, and leadership in a critical moment of Christian history.
In this article we delve into the Gospel narratives, historical context, and the interplay of Jewish and Roman timekeeping to piece together the timeline of one of history's most defining moments. Through a meticulous examination of scripture and an understanding of first-century practices, we explore the evidence that narrows down the timeframe of when Jesus was nailed to the cross.
In "Understanding the Charge of 'King of the Jews': A Conservative Examination of Jesus' Crucifixion and Bart D. Ehrman's Interpretation," we critically analyze the historical evidence surrounding Jesus' crucifixion and challenge Ehrman's interpretation. Drawing from the New Testament and reputable conservative Bible scholars, this article presents a thorough evaluation of the charge against Jesus as 'King of the Jews.