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Who was to blame for the death of Jesus?

3 April 2021

9:00 AM

3 April 2021

9:00 AM

The Innocence of Pontius Pilate: How the Roman Trial of Jesus Shaped History David Lloyd Dusenbury

Hurst,, pp.272, 20

In 1866, the Russian historian Alexander Popov made an astonishing discovery. Leafing through a Renaissance Slavonic translation of the first-century Jewish historian Josephus, Popov found detailed notes on the trial of Jesus written by none other than Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor who sentenced Jesus to death. The notes, finally published in a German edition 60 years later, were impressively detailed.

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