Video of Jesus crucifixion
Video of Jesus crucifixion. Romans wrote about crucifixion in their official reports, novels, and poems. They wrote it into comedy sketches a bit bawdy. They even used it to help them swear. Eyewitness to Crucifixion is a collection of their own words--what Romans had to say about crucifixions they conducted or witnessed. This video is a short collection of the eyewitness reports. For a more complete collection, see the book EYEWITNESS TO CRUCIFIXION. You can sample some of the pages on the author's website: StephenMillerBooks.com. Go to the Books page and click the photo of the book cover. Here's the direct link: Eyewitness to Crucifixion Here's a link to buy the book and to look inside: Preview of Eyewitness to Crucifixion. Here's the book promo copy from the publisher: WHY CRUCIFIXION? Best-selling journalist Stephen M. Miller was curious about crucifixion—the brutal method used to execute Jesus Christ. He dug into eyewitness testimonies from Roman history about the cross, and then he shared his findings in a short YouTube video ["What Romans said about Crucifixion"]. It turned into a viral sensation, with over 2 million views! Now for the first time in book form, Miller reveals his fascinating full work, shining a spotlight on the shadowy history of Roman crucifixion. In Eyewitness to Crucifixion you’ll: —Gain new understanding from real people who actually witnessed the horror of the cross —Discover previously obscured scholarly knowledge, now translated into casual English for everyone —Examine the historical context for the Christian faith as seen through first-century eyes —See for yourself the unvarnished, un-hyped truth about crucifixion and make your own decisions about related, current controversies of faith —Learn more about the historical Jesus and his mission.
Eyewitness to Crucifixion
Video: Crucifixion of Jesus
Video: Crucifixion of Jesus. Did the body of Jesus rot on the cross? Some history buffs say Romans would never have allowed the body of Jesus to be taken off the cross so quickly, and buried. Though there are lots of references to crucified criminals getting left to rot on the cross, there's no indication Romans followed that as standard procedure. And there is plenty of evidence that bodies were removed from the cross and buried. Romans did both. They let some criminals hang and rot. They let others get taken down and buried.
Video: Did the body of Jesus rot on the cross?
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