Jesus had a criminal trial before being put to death where he was charged with the following crimes...
"And they began to accuse him, saying, "We have found this man subverting our nation. He opposes payment of taxes to Caesar and claims to be Christ, a king."
- Luke 23:2
As you see, there are two or three criminal charges made against Jesus.
Regarding the charge of claiming to be a king, Jesus himself said...
"My kingdom is not of this world." - John 18:36
But, regarding the charge of opposing paying taxes, there is considerable evidence this is the reason why Jesus was killed.
Evidence Jesus was a tax protester
"the subjects are exempt" ... from paying taxes to "kings on the earth."
- Matthew 17:26
Tax collectors, specifically, were very big fans of Jesus.
"Now all the tax collectors and sinners kept coming to listen to Jesus."
- Luke 15:1
But, Jesus also sought out the tax collectors himself. He described himself as a friend of tax collectors.
'a friend of tax collectors and sinners!'
- Matthew 11:19
Jesus said tax collectors are sick and wanted to heal them.
"Why do you eat and drink with the tax collectors and sinners?" And Jesus answered and said to them, "It is not those who are well who need a physician, but those who are sick."
- Luke 5:30-31
Jesus interfered with the tax collector's at work, at least twice.
A chief tax collector, who Jesus was teaching, actually returned some of the taxes he had taken from other people. This would be something Romans, and a few other tax collectors, could not appreciate.
"Zacchaeus stood up and said to the Lord, "Look, Lord! Here and now I give half of my possessions to the poor, and if I have cheated anybody out of anything, I will pay back four times the amount."
- Luke 19:8
Jesus persuaded another tax collector to abandon his duties to follow him. Again, this was not appreciated by Romans.
"As Jesus went on from there, He saw a man called Matthew, sitting in the tax collector's booth; and He said to him, "Follow Me!" And he got up and followed Him."
- Matthew 9:9
Just these two events, perverting tax collectors, was enough to charge Jesus with a tax crime.
Jesus was so well-known for being followed by tax collectors, and speaking to, and teaching tax collectors that his persecutors used the very subject of taxation in an attempt to entrap him into giving out "illegal" tax advice.
"The Pharisees went and took counsel how they might entrap him in his talk. They sent their disciples to him, along with the Herodians, saying, "Teacher, we know that you are honest, and teach the way of God in truth, no matter who you teach, for you aren't partial to anyone. Tell us therefore, what do you think? Is it lawful to pay taxes to Caesar, or not?"
Many believe that because Jesus answered, "give to Caesar what is Caesars", he meant we should pay taxes to Caesar. Unfortunately, every Bible version completely fails to mention something which those present already knew, that Caesar's coin had an inscription saying Caesar is divine, a god. So, Jews could not carry or use this coin without breaking the first commandment (and in some bibles the second commandment), to have no other gods, no graven images, and no bowing down to them, nor serving them.
Jesus escaped entrapment, temporarily, by stating the obvious...
"Give therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's." - Matthew 22:21 (WEB)
And what is obvious is that God made everything, and so everything belongs to God.
Jesus threw the moneychangers, i.e. bankers, out of the temple. This would mean, if there is no money being "changed", there are no taxes being paid.
You'll find that Jesus was dead within just three days after throwing the moneychangers out of the temple.
According to Caesar, Caesar is god. But, this is not what Jesus was teaching to tax collectors and other "sinners".
"No servant can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other, or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon."
- Luke 16:13 (Mammon is the god of riches)
Jesus said, "it is written"...
"You shall worship the Lord your God, and you shall serve him only."
- Matthew 4:10
Hearing all this did not make the Romans very happy, so followers of Jesus, i.e. tax collectors, sinners, (Christians) ... were persecuted.
Many people quote Romans 13 as the reason to pay taxes, but...
a. Paul wrote Romans 13.
b. Paul was a Roman.
c. Paul did not quote Jesus.
d. Paul never knew Jesus.
e. Paul did persecute followers of Jesus.
Jesus, however, specifically said, "the subjects are exempt."
And so, when the Roman Governor Pilate ultimately (obviously) found out, perhaps from other tax collectors, that Jesus was indeed leading a successful tax revolt, he was scourged and killed ... by Romans.
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Answer Yes, he was charged and and at last crucified according to holy Bible
They falsely charged Jesus of blasphemy. Mark 14:64
In reality, Jesus never sinned, but they charged Him and found Him guilty of blasphemy against the Temple of God. He also "healed on the Sabbath."
Jesus was falsely charged with sedition against Caesar. (Luke 23:2; John 19:12)
Pilate charged Him with being "King of the Jews". The chief priests protested this charge, wanting Jesus to be charged with merely claiming to be King. But good ol' Pilate stuck to his guns and left it as it was (John 19:20-22).
Jesus told his disciples on a couple of occasions to tell no man of what they had seen - as in - Then charged he his disciples that they should tell no man that he was Jesus the Christ. (Matthew 16.20) And - And as they came down from the mountain, Jesus charged them, saying, Tell the vision to no man, until the Son of man be risen again from the dead. (Matthew 17.9)
In the Christian faith, the pope is right below angels, Jesus, and God themselves The pope receives his authority from St. Peter who was charged by Jesus to lead the new Christian church.
type of charged is a cloud is negative charged type of charged is a cloud is negative charged
A charged body is a body that was fully charged that can either positively or negatively charged.
The disciples followed Jesus, helping and learning from him. Good answer but if the person who posted the question is referring to the original twelve apostles/disciples than they were charged with spreading the gospel to every nation and leading the early church.
No, a neutron is neutrally charged. A proton is positively charged. And an electron is negatively charged.
Yes, electrons are negatively charged. Protons are positively charged. Neutrons are not charged.
You dont get charged for talking but you get charged for backgrounds i think you get charged for emotions aswell
A charged atom is an ion. A positively charged version is a cation and a negatively charged one, an anion.
The electron is negatively charged.
Correct: He was charged with murder.
no they are not charged.
Atoms have two kinds of charged particles, the positively charged protons, and the negatively charged electrons.
A charged object is matter that either has a surplus of electrons (negatively charged) or a deficiency of electrons (positively charged).
Jesus was brought from Caiaphas' house to appear before Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea. The Jewish leaders charged Jesus with subversion of both Israel and Rome. Two of their charges were designed especially to get Pilate's attention. The first was that Jesus opposed paying taxes to Caesar and that Jesus claimed to be king. Finding no fault in Him, Pilate summoned Jesus into Herod's palace and questioned Him further. In the course of the conversation, Pilate learned Jesus was a Galilean and was under Herod's jurisdiction. So Pilate sent Jesus to Herod, who had heard about Jesus and wanted to see Him. Herod had Jesus dressed in a robe and sent back to Pilate. When Jesus came back, Pilate told the Jewish leaders that neither he nor Herod could find Jesus guilty of a crime that brought with it the death penalty.
At the time of His crucifixion, the Romans put a sign at the top of Jesus' cross that said "Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews." This was at the order of Pilate. The Chief Priests complained to Pilate that it should have said "This man claimed to be king of the Jews", but Pilate refused their argument, saying "What I have written will stay written".
a negatively charged repels a positivley charged object
Phosphate ions are negatively charged.
I believe they'd are positively charged.
This is for what you were already charged, you will not be charged again.