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…claim to be an expert if you’re not one
Luke 23:3 - regards the chief priests, rulers, and "the people" as being of the same mind (How likely is this, unless "the people" in question are ALREADY on their side?)
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John - refers to "the Jews" as being who did the shouting - and as we have seen above, for John, "the Jews" in context means, "the establishment"
can’t we discuss like agree and dis agree and concluded them at once
Winter, I would say, probably has the correct answer in context: The other Gospel writers did not mention the Roman soldiers because they wished to convince their readers of the "unpolitical character of the message of salvation through Jesus." But that assumes, again, that they were there in the first place, which is by no means certain.
Thanks liz it helps me most to solve every confusion……
So while the security theater failed, the overall security didn't, largely due to incompetence / luck that the shoe bomb didn't light or detonate quickly, observant passengers, and flight crew response.
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And this, indeed, may be so: Perhaps the Jewish leaders DID expect some major resistance from Jesus and His followers. But I say that beyond this, there was a further role for those soldiers to play, IF they were there - and we will get to that, later on.