THE PURSUIT OF HISTORICAL OBJECTIVITY IN THE CLAIM THAT THE JEWS KILLED JESUS CHRIST; pp. 425–437Full article in PDF format | https//doi.org/10.3176/tr.2019.4.03
Tales about Jesus Christ are infinite because of the mixture between myth and reality in the examination of historical Jesus. However, there is a need to re-examine the sequence of events that led to the killing of Jesus Christ. Available evidence as demonstrated in this paper entirely exonerates the Jews in the annihilation of Jesus Christ. Most importantly, the context of historical objectivity points to the direction that Jesus Christ was a victim of the mob who can either be or not the Sadducees, Pharisees, Romans, or the Jews. The Jewish involvement in the crucifixion of Jesus Christ was adumbrated and doctored by the synoptic gospel crusaders of Matthew, Luke, Mark, and John in their defense of certain status quo not built on historical realities.
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