Why were people crucified in Jesus' time?
Crucifixion was a Roman custom used on the worst malefactors and rebellious slaves. Judea was a tributary to Rome at that time. It is recorded by the Jewish historian Josephus that after the last rebellion of the Jews and the capture and razing of Jerusalem, the countryside was practically denuded of trees the Romans crucified so many.
Priests, Romans, tax collectors
No but there were roman centurions and officials.
The name Jesus was fairly common at the time.
Bird messages and sending slaves to places with notes (btw jesus aint real)
The Romans were the supreme rulers at that time , so every body respected them through fear.
At the time of Jesus they were governed by the Roman power, which was ruthless power.
There was one on each side of him so a total of 2.
I think it was un fermented wine.
By the Mosaic scroll, and of all the prophets, the scribes and the lawyers (experts in the law of God), could reference them easily. Certain teachers of the Law could readily find appropriate Scriptures, and were called masters, as was Jesus. He had astonished the Doctors of the Law with His understanding and answers when He was only 12 years old, as seen in Luke 2:46,47,
Peter denied Jesus a total of three times. Answer It was at least 6 or 7 times:A servant girl, another girl, and then a crowd of people.Now Peter sat without in the palace: and a damsel came unto him, saying, Thou also wast with Jesus of Galilee. But he denied before them all.... And when he was gone out into the porch, another maid saw him, and said unto them that were there, This fellow… Read More
Mostly fish, lamb, goat, bread, olives, cucumbers, wheat, barley, grapes, pomogranites, and whatever else they could muster
Many, many times; and mostly uncountable, for the Bible record simply says things like, "And he healed them all."
They cut down trees for wood, quarried rocks, and smelted ores to get metal. And Jesus helped them out from time to time.
They were mainly the disciples , the friends like Lazrus and those who saw Jesus heal someone.
The religon at jesus time were mainly two , that is Judasim and the other was the pagan , mythicol gods of the roman empire.
Nazareth was where he grew up. That town did exist in his time.
Whether Jesus was important to the people of Palestine is unclear. The people of Palestine, both Jews and gentiles, had the opportunity to see Jesus at first hand, marvel at his miracles and know that the demons called him Son of God. They would have been familiar with his courage on the cross and known about the resurrection on the third day.Jesus complains that the people of Nazareth, who had known him as a child… Read More
Most of the people around Jesus were Jews. Their law stated that revenge was right and it was the law to do to others what they did to you and not what you would want them to do to you OLD TESTEMENT Exodus 21:23-25 But if there is harm, then you shall pay life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burn for burn, wound for wound, stripe… Read More
Because of the law and their rejected will of God in their lives!
They must have been, the first dog mentioned in the Bible in the OT is the Greyhound, from where all variety (not species) of dogs came from.
Usually the oldest male.
Before the crucification of Jesus Christ, the real number of people who were sent to be crucified will not be known, as this was a common punishment by the Romans to hard core Crimean, and men who committed treason against Rome.
Greek - this was the language of commerce and learning also considered the "lingua franca" of the entire Mediterranean part of the Roman Empire thus if they did not grow up with it as their native language most people at least learned it well enough to conduct their businessAramaic - this was the language of the common people and uneducated, its origin is a form of Chaldean that the Jews returning from the Babylonian captivity… Read More
Why where there so many people called Jesus at the time of biblical Jesus and are you sure the bible refers to only on person called Jesus?
There are at least four persons bearing the name Jesus. They were Jesus ben Phiabi, Jesus ben Sec, Jesus ben Damneus and Jesus ben Gamaliel.Even Saint Paul had referred to a person calling him as another Jesus (2 Corinthians 11, 4)Despite so many scrambled details, it is not difficult to recognize Jesus, but was he Jesus of Nazareth.It seems there is confusion. In Gospel, it is written that Mary gave birth to Jesus in a… Read More
Because he was asked 3 times.
Yes (most were forced to beg for a living) but Jesus did not treat them as such.
It was the grape vineyard.
the main people who were powerful back then was: Jesus, Herod, The Romans, Tax Collectors and Priests.
We know of at least 2
Leviticus 13:45 And the leper in whom the plague is, his clothes shall be rent, and his head bare, and he shall put a covering upon his upper lip, and shall cry, Unclean, unclean. Crying, "Unclean! Unclean!" tends to elicit a negative response in the hearer, causing him/her/them to stay clear of the one issuing the warning. Hence, the attitude and fear in which lepers were held in Jewish society. The people in Jesus' time… Read More
I don't know soz
Yes they did use hammers then.
Of course first off, Jesus was born in Bethlehem. After his birth, the Magi (sometimes called the three wise men followed a star to Judea to find him. Before they got to him though, they visited King Herod. After hearing that they were looking for the one who was born "King of the Jews", Herod wanted to kill Jesus. The King, Herod the Great consults his experts in the scriptures and directs them to Bethlehem… Read More
Sure. They either sold their fish or traded them for other goods with value to them.
First, most farming in what is now Isreal was livestock grazing (i.e. the importance of sheep in the bible, who can survive and prosper on poor forage in dry climates). Pigs were not allowed by kosher rules, and cows and horses only do well in areas wet enough to grow large amounts of grass. This, combined with the primitive state of animal-driven tools (no iron plows, horse collars, etc), meant that vegetable and grain production… Read More
There were outcast groups, such as the Samaritans (John 4:9), who were considered a sort of "half breed;" the diseased, such as lepers; and to the Jews, and the tax-collectors (such as Zacchaeus, Luke 19:1-9), who were also Jewish, but serving the Roman oppressor and themselves by collecting unduly high taxes from the people. There were also individuals, such as the "woman at the well" (John 4) in Samaria who was probably notorious for her… Read More
The Romans were in power at the time of Jesus.
No, women were held in high esteem by most households. It was only those in power who used women a chattels.
The Holy Family spent in Egypt about 3 years. When Herod the Great died, an Angel notified the Virgin and Joseph to come with the infant Jesus back.
# There were none during His time, nor are there any males in Israel today named "Jesus." There was and is no Hebrew letter comparable to our American "J" and no Hebrew letter combination (then or now) that would give the American "gee" sound. Our Master's name is Yeshua, which is a shortened form of Yahoshua (as is also, Hoshea). During Yeshua's time, that name was very popuar. Every time His mother intorduced Him, she… Read More
Locusts and wild honeyMatthew 3:4, Matthew 1:6 HES ALSO ATE CHOCOLATE AND ENERGY DRINKSHES ALSO NOT YOUR AVERAGE MANHE LIKES BACON
Short and snappy. Quite literally.
In the time of Jesus, there was no such thing as an organized, universal (catholic) Christian church. The early Christians had no set liturgy that was shared by all. They pretty much managed to worship however the group thought to be right and proper, getting some theological helps from letters or meetings with various apostles. As the Christian movement became more popular and spread throughout Asia and Europe, various Christian liturgies were codified at different… Read More
Schoolwere mainly for Roman children and they were few and far.The other was for the Jews in their synagogue.
In various parts of the world there were all sorts of different types of government. The area where Jesus lived and taught was in a state of political flux in the first centuries BC and AD. By Jesus' time it was in the buffer zone between the Roman and Parthian Empires, and it varied from being a not-quite-independent "client" kingdom (under Roman sponsorship but not occupied by Roman soldiers and administrators), through being a collection… Read More
It was not so much Jesus as his disciples and all the people that were amazed.There is only one reference that I can find at Jesus being amazed: And he taketh with him Peter and James and John, and began to be sore amazed, and to be very heavy; (Mark 14.33) Although Jesus did marvel, which is akin to being amazed, first at the unbelief of the people of Nazareth, (Mark 6.6), and then at… Read More
Acording to the Holy Bible, Satan tempted Christ 3 times using scripture and Christ rebuked him each time through scripture!