Who Moved the Stone? Setting & Symbolism

Albert Henry Ross
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Garden of Gethsemane

Jesus and eleven of his disciples were in the Garden of Gethsemane after the Last Supper. It was in the Garden where he was arrested by Jewish guards after they were led to him by Judas Iscariot, his twelfth disciple who had betrayed him.

Jerusalem

The trial, crucifixion, and burial of Jesus occurred in Jerusalem. Pontius Pilate was the Prefect of Judea and had jurisdiction over Jerusalem.

The Sandrehen Council

Jesus was tried before the Jewish Sandrehen Council on the night of his arrest. Caiaphas was acting as the head of the council during the trial.

The Roman Court

Although the Jewish Council found Jesus guilty and condemned him to death, the priests had to take him to the Roman Court because the law forbade them from carrying out executions.

The Tomb

After Jesus died on the cross, Joseph of Arimathea arranged for him to...

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