Killing Jesus - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard
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On an April day in 29 AD in Galilee, Jesus suffers as a victim of his own celebrity, his life becoming more endangered daily as many Galileans believe he is the Christ who will overthrow the Romans and rule the Jews which causes the Roman authorities to pay particular attention to Jesus, though they refrain from action since Jesus is peaceful and has not yet threatened Rome's rule.

The Jewish priests view him as a threat to their authority, but they cannot murder him unless he publicly violates religious law, so they send spies to watch him. When they openly question Jesus, their plans go awry because he outwits them, quoting Scripture against their objections to the many miracles he performs.

Though the Pharisees believe in miracles, they are certain that Jesus is not God, and feeling their authority questioned, they decide that time has...

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