Who Moved the Stone? - Chapter 2: The Real Case Against the Prisoner Summary & Analysis

Albert Henry Ross
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Chapter 2: The Real Case Against the Prisoner Summary and Analysis

Morison tried to imagine how it would be if 2,000 years from now someone tried to figure out what happened in a trial that took place in 1922. What documents would be left? What fragments of information would still be available and what could have been lost? When looking at the trial of Jesus Christ, certain things immediately come to light. The proceeding took place at an unprecedented hour. What evidence there is points to the arrest being made at a late hour, possibly 11:30 p.m. The disciples could not stay awake. Both Matthew and Mark refer to three separate periods of sleep, broken up each time when Jesus returned from an area thick in foliage. Also, since it was very dark, Jesus saw the guards coming from quite a distance...

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