Who Moved the Stone? - Chapter 6: Thirty-Six Hours Later Summary & Analysis

Albert Henry Ross
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Chapter 6: Thirty-Six Hours Later Summary and Analysis

After Jesus died on the cross, John was with Mary and escorted her to a place of safety. The three women, Mary Magdalene, Mary, wife of Cleophas, and Salome were in a location near the cross, Joseph and Nicodemus appeared to arrange the burial. Peter was hiding in shame for his denial of Christ and Joanna came with others to the tomb Sunday morning. What occurred, then, is that the women in Jesus' inner circle bore the full impact of the crisis alone. This is confirmed in Mark when he refers to women beholding from afar. He named all the women in his circle but none of the men. Mary Magdalene is portrayed as a leader of sorts of the women. According to Mark, Salome disappeared during the interment since Mary and Mary Magdalene were...

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