Who Moved the Stone? - Chapter 13: The Witness of the Great Stone Summary & Analysis

Albert Henry Ross
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Chapter 13: The Witness of the Great Stone Summary and Analysis

One of the most important elements of the burial site is the large stone that was placed against the entrance to the tomb. It appeared that no one visited the tomb after the burial once the Romans and priests were assured that the body had been interred. According to Mark, the women came early to the tomb and found the stone moved. Inside there was a young man holding a white garment. He said something but the women were too upset to understand what he said. The behavior of the women was normal. When one encounters the unexpected it can be a jarring experience.

The passage also points out that the stone was large and heavy. How was the stone moved? From without or from within or by supernatural...

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