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Jesus was buried in Jerusalem. On the third day he arose and appeared to different deciples at different times. Among many witnesses, he arose to heaven and an angel told the witnesses that this same Jesus would one day return again.
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His tomb is in Jerusalem. You can still go see where it is today. It is located in the church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City. he was buried down stairs
Jesus' bones are not on this earth! That's one of the most exciting things about him! He rose from the dead and ascended into heaven 40 days later. If evidence of his remai…ns had ever been found, Christianity would have been proved as a fraud. They have never been discovered, however. And we know that they never will be.
Christians believe Jesus wasn't buried because he rose from the dead and then went to heaven to be with his father (God)
Burial is the common thing to do with dead people. For three reasons: 1. He died a horrible death on the Cross. Rather than his body be left on the rubbish tipp for wi…ld animals to eat (a common fate for crucified victims) his body was claimed by Joseph of Armathea (a friend and follower of Jesus) who wanted to give him a decent burial. 2. He had to be buried on the Friday after the crucifixion because no burials could take place on the Saturday as it was the Sabbath. Carrying a dead body was seen as 'work' and not allowed under strict Jewish law. 3. Without a tomb there could be no resurrection. Jesus claimed that he would rise fromm the dead on several occasions before his execution. However, the sight of the empty tomb on the Sunday morning was a great symbol of his conquering of death so that his subsequent apparances to his disciples had greater meaning.
John 19:38-40 - After this, Joseph of Arimathea, being a disciple of Jesus, but secretly, for fear of the Jews, asked Pilate that he might take away the body of Jesus; and Pil…ate gave him permission. So he came and took the body of Jesus. And Nicodemus, who at first came to Jesus by night, also came, bringing a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about a hundred pounds. Then they took the body of Jesus, and bound it in strips of linen with the spices, as the custom of the Jews is to bury. [NKJV]
Jesus was buried in Jerusalem. However, his body is no longer there, because he resurrected 3 days after he was crucified. The tomb he was buried in is now empty.
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Historically there are 2-3 places that they think could have been his tomb, but no one is exactly sure since the clues in the bible are vague and the landscape has changed.
Yeshua(Jesus) died on Pesache(Passover), was buried on Hagah Matzah(Unleavened Bread), rose on First Fruits, sent His Holy Spirit on Shavuot(Pentecost).
It was one of the prophecies written and He had to fulfill all of them. Also, the first inkling that the resurrection had taken place was the empty tomb. therefore the fact …that the tomb was empty, the tomb clothes left where the body laid (as if the body passed right through them, and the visions of angels there were all highly significant and were indicative of his resurrection even before Jesus was sighted alive. "He was cut off out of the land of the living: for the transgression of my people was he stricken. And he made his grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death; because he had done no violence, neither was any deceit in his mouth." Isaiah 53:8,9.
yes jesus was everything he said he was
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I believe it was a man that asked to go to heaven with Jesus. Correct me if I am wrong.. I do not know their full name, or even a part of it, therefore I probably am not helpi…ng you any, but hope I did. Also, If I can remember straight, I believe it was a male. New Testament Answer:No one. Tombs in Jesus' day usually contained multiple bodies, but the gospels specifically state that Joseph of Arimathea laid Christ's body in "his new tomb which he had hewn out of the rock; and he rolled a large stone against the door of the tomb, and departed." (Matthew 27:60). It was "a new tomb in which no one had yet been laid." (John 19:41), and Jesus' body alone was placed in it.
Jesus was buried in a tomb but when one of his friends came to say good bye he was gone out of the tomb and everything.
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after being taken off the cross he was clean wrapped up and put in a cave which was then covered by a very big rock. ( so says the bible, ( i went to a catholic school)) … The tombs used by the rich were carved out of the solid rock. We are told in the gospels that Jesus was buried in an unused tomb owned a rich erchant called Joseph of Arimathea, who had commissioned it for his own burial when the time came, and, presumably, as his family tomb. Typically these tombs were small rooms hewn out of the rock of a hillside usually no more than 6-10 feet square. Along the walls would be stone platforms also carved out of the rock, the number corresponding to the number for whom the tomb was eventually intended. The doorway would be small and low. Jesus was removed from the cross, and, as was the custom, was bound in cloths and a separate cloth placed on his face. Normally, spices and ointments would be used to anoint the body, to prevent too much small and to preserve the body as long as possible in that hot country. Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea are credited with wrapping Jesus' body with about 75 pounds of myrrh and aloes. The body was then placed onto the stone plinth and a large stone rolled over the entrance. We are told in the gospels that early on the Sunday morning the women who had been with Jesus as he died came to the tomb with their spices and ointments to carry out a belated anointment. However, the stone was rolled away, and the body was gone. It was after this that a resurrected Jesus appeared not only to his disciples, but to many other people, who were then convinced that he had risen - convinced enough that it changed their lives from that moment onwards.
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Jesus was never buried. When he was taken off of the cross he was put in a cave-like tomb with a large stone covering the entrance
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This answer sadly depends on what your religious preference is; Christianity states that Jesus was buried the same day as he was crucified, rose from said grave the on the thi…rd day afterwards, and his body ascended into heaven somewhere thereafter. The scriptures are somewhat contradicting though about the fine details of the series of events that occured. The Jewish faith states that Jesus did not raise from the first grave, he was crucified, died, and that was it, assuming that, I'm sure his family buried him; Other faiths would suggest that Jesus never died on the cross, that he just suffered and then indeed was buried, recovered in the tomb, and fled to evade further prosecution for his beliefs, assuming this, he could have had children, a wife, who knows?, but I'm sure again his family and friends buried him. Unfortunately there is no solid answer I can give u, these are your options though; YOU WILL HAVE TO CHOOSE WHAT YOU BELIEVE. Despite the various possibilities outlined above, the evidence points firmly to the actual resurrection of Jesus Christ as a supernatural once-and-for-all-time event. Evidence is not simply based on the gospel writings but also on a wealth of writings from the early Church - many of whom either knew Jesus and who could corroborate the resurrection (eg, Paul, James, Peter etc) but also those who were either pupils of the disciples or pupils of the pupils, like Polycarp, Irenaeus and so on. And let's not forget that many of the disciples were martyred rather than deny an event that they knew to be true. Thus, Jesus was buried immediately after the crucifixion on the Friday, and the evidence points strongly to the resurrection early on the Sunday morning following. If the Questioner wanted to know specifically when Jesus was buried: - The triumphal entry of Christ presenting Himself as King was Saturday, April 6th, 32AD. -He was crucified and buried 3 days later; that is, Wednesday, April 10th, 32AD. [All dates Chuck Missler, khouse.org]