Who Moved the Stone? - Chapter 7: On the Behavior of Two Sisters and the Men Who Fled in the Night Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: On the Behavior of Two Sisters and the Men Who Fled in the Night Summary and Analysis

On the night of the arrest, there were two missing groups of people who were part of Jesus' inner circle. There were the nine apostles who fled during the arrest. And there were the sisters Mary and Martha of Bethany whose absence from the Crucifixion and burial was notable. They were devout followers of Jesus. Why were they nowhere to be found? In the five days before his arrest, Jesus and his companions stayed at their home in Bethany. When Jesus and the others didn't return to Bethany on the night of his arrest, the sisters were surely concerned.

How did Peter and John become separated from the other disciples? Perhaps in the...

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