Here is a brief summary of why the whole episode as described in The Bible is impossible, in the words of the Jewish philosopher of religion Schalom Ben-Chorin:
"Jesus celebrates the seder-night (the Passover meal) with his disciples. If he was to be arrested by the Jewish authorities on this night, after the solemnities, it would be unthinkable for the hearing to have taken place in the house of the high priest Caiaphas on this most holy of nights. Unthinkable too that Jesus would be handed over to Pilate on the morning of the feast, and crucified on the first day of Passover ... Anyone familiar with Jewish law and customs immediately senses here that the whole thing simply couldn't have happened. If Jesus had been arrested on the seder night, then he would have been kept in custody until after Passover, and everything else would have been played out afterward."
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
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.
Jesus Christ was crucified in Jerusalem which was the capital of Israel. The hill where He was crucified was called Golgotha.
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.
John the apostle saw Jesus crucified.
The religious leaders lead Jesus to be tried and then be crucified.
Yes, Jesus was crucified outside the wall of Jerusalem.
No. Jesus was crucified to clean the souls of all mankind if you accept that he died for you.
The two men who were Crucified with Jesus were thiefs and one of them accepted Jesus as a God and that's why we went to the paradise with Jesus (the thief crucified to the right of Jesus) and the other one (the thief crucified on the left of Jesus)was also a thief but he denied Jesus and didn't accept Him as a God and a Savior...
Jesus invited doubting Thomas to touch his crucified hands to prove that he was really Jesus.
Jesus Christ was crucified on Good Friday at Calvary.on mt. golgotha
Two thieves were crucified with Jesus, one on his right and one on his left.
The hill on which Jesus was crucified with the two robbers is called Calvary.
God in the Christian faith wasn't crucified. Jesus Christ was crucified
Jesus was crucified in Jeresalem.
Jesus' followers did not want him to be crucified. Jesus, himself, did not entirely want to be crucified, but he saw the necessity of it and allowed himself to endure the pain for the greater good.