Judas’ Day — 1 Comment

  1. There is another. He might just be a useful scapegoat to explain why Jesus was arrested. A bit like how the police grab the first candidate when a high profile crime occurs just to grab anybody. for it stills the worry.
    It always useful to remember our focus on Judaea’s importance is not a view either the Roman Senate or any of the Emperors held. They had moved their prefectural seat to Caesarea when Jesus was 6. Likely because the trade route shifted north coming under the Sea of Galilee, instead of the two southern routes north and south of the Dead Sea.
    But a cracking explanation for the Jewish Assembly’s acceptance of Rome and reaction to Jesus would be Ireland’s Castle Catholics. But I expect that’s a first year uni course. A bit like how Classical Greek studies causes a few questions.

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