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08/27/2010

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Marcus

I really enjoyed this article and learned a great deal. Matthew's account of Jesus' trial seems to paint Pilate as reluctant to condemn Jesus, even calling him a just man and offering Barrabas instead.

Ira Shafiroff

Thank you for visiting my blog and for taking the time to comment, Marcus. I appreciate it. As you state, one can only be fascinated at the "free pass" that the Gospels give to a murderous ruler such as Pilate. I apologize for not having kept up this blog recently. I will be getting back into it shortly. Of course, I will always have the time to respond to comments. Again, many thanks--and Shalom! Ira

Joyce

Great information, Thanks!

Ira Shafiroff

Thank you, Joyce! I have not written a new post in a while, but I will get back on this soon. In any case, this blog is still very much active and I appreciate your reading and commenting. Shalom! Ira

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