Crucifixion involved hanging a person from a cross or T In Crucifixion, the convict was hanged (crucified) and left to die. The text said, the convict was slain (slew) first, then hanged.. Acts 10:39 And we are witnesses of all things which he did both in the land of the Jews, and in Jerusalem; whom they slew and hanged on a tree: The alleged contradiction between Acts 10:39 regarding what is recorded as having happened to Jesus is non-existent.
Firstly, the person who was crucified was impaled through the wrists in order to impose maximum pain by pinching the nerve that runs through there. Then they were also impaled through the legs and finally hoisted on high where they 'hung' in mid-air, naked and struggling for every breath. The word in Greek kremannumimeans 'to hang' but not in the sense of hanging by the neck as a form of execution. It is also used in Luke 23:39 referring to another of those crucified with Jesus. Thus we see that using the verb that means 'to hang' is one word that can be used to describe what happened in crucifixion. Sometimes people would 'hang' on the cross for days before they died.
Secondly, the verse in Acts is not chronological but merely describes or lists what happened. Jesus most certainly was killed. Jesus most certainly did hang as part of that process. The order is immaterial to the fact in this case since everyone in those days knew that no-one would come down from the cross alive. One could say that Luke, in writing Acts was here emphasizing the death of Jesus as a definite occurrence first and the method of how it was done second.
No Jesus was crucified on the cross,but it was Judas who hanged himself.
Jesus had only twelve disciples in the Bible. Mathias was added after Jesus was crucified and Judas had hanged himself.
There is nowhere in any translation of the bible where you will read about Jesus being hanged with thieves. However, you can read about Jesus being crucified with two robbers (thieves) in Matthew 27: 38.
According to Matthew 27:38,He was crucified with two robbers;one on His right and one on His left.
None. The Qur'an argues that Jesus was never crucified.
According to Christian beliefs, Jesus was crucified (died) on Good Friday.
I would say that it was God who directed Mary Magdalene to the cross when Jesus was crucified, as he directed the disciples. This is according to Philippians 2.13. "For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of [his] good pleasure."
Jesus was crucified along with two common criminals.
Jesus christ was crucified on Good Friday.
No. Jesus was crucified under Pontius Pilate.
Jesus forgave the roman soldiers who crucified him
According to the Bible Jesus was crucified and died on Calvary Hill, which is just out of Jerusalem.
Jesus was crucified in the nineteenth chapter of John. In Luke, he was crucified in the 23rd chapter. In John, he was crucified in the 27th chapter.
According to the Bible, Jesus was crucified in a place known as Golgotha or Calvary (both names translate to "hill of skulls") outside the city of Jerusalem.
According to the Qur'an Jesus is directly ascended to heaven and was not crucified. Rather, Judas Iscariot was crucified in his stead.
Jesus Christ was crucified in Jerusalem which was the capital of Israel. The hill where He was crucified was called Golgotha.
Answer Yes, he was charged and and at last crucified according to holy Bible
Yes, he was according to the Bible.
The Roman empire was in power when Jesus was crucified.
The two who were crucified with Jesus were hard core robbers.
Pontus Pilate sentenced Jesus to be crucified.
because martha is crucified of jesus and mary
There were two criminals crucified with Jesus.
Jesus was crucified outside the city of Jerusalem.