Illegal Trial of Jesus, The


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Who killed Jesus... the Jews or the Romans? This book reveals 18 Jewish laws that were broken during the illegal trial of Jesus. Back by popular demand, with added illustrations by Jack Chick, this revised edition will add fascinating detail to your study of the crucifixion of Christ. (Read More)


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Who killed Jesus...

Here's an unforgettable account of the most horrible crime ever committed. As the dramatic story unfolds, complete with illustrations by Jack Chick, you will learn the devilish role that several very deceived men played in the illegal trial of Jesus.

You will be amazed as these wicked men, each with their own agenda, broke one Jewish law after another to further their own cause, yet ended up fulfilling countless scriptural prophecies.

Your faith will be strengthened and your love for our Saviour will grow as you watch Him endure the lies, the evil scheming, plus the physical torture He endured for us.

Did you know that the Sanhedrin broke the Jewish law 18 times during the illegal trial of Jesus? Attorney Earle Wingo approaches the crucifixion like a trial lawyer, showing one after another the ways in which Jesus was illegally tried. Wingo is a good writer, with an emotional and persuasive style.

You will learn:

  • Who the Jewish leaders were, and why they knew exactly what they were doing.
  • How many Jewish laws were broken in order to entrap Jesus.
  • How Jesus was arrested without being charged.
  • That Jewish law forbade nighttime trials, and one-day trials.
  • Why the eventual charge of blasphemy wasn't enough to put Jesus to death.
  • How the charges against Jesus were changed to get the Romans to kill Him.

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Jesus Christ, The Son of God
  • Chapter 2: Pre-Trial Days in Judea
  • Chapter 3: Jewish Hopes for an Earthly King
  • Chapter 4: Main Characters Against Jesus
  • Chapter 5: New Testament Details of Events
  • Chapter 6:The Unlawful Acts
  • Chapter 7: No Authority For Arrest
  • Chapter 8: Annas Had No Jurisdiction
  • Chapter 9: The Sanhedrin’s Unlawful Assembly
  • Chapter 10: Changing the False Accusations
  • Chapter 11: Jesus Not Allowed Witnesses
  • Chapter 12: No Conviction on Confession Alone
  • Chapter 13: Requirement for Two Witnesses
  • Chapter 14: Death Trial Can’t End in One Day
  • Chapter 15: Sanhedrin Can’t Authorize Death Penalty
  • Chapter 16: Death Sentence Can’t Be Unanimous
  • Chapter 17: Sanhedrin Members Were Disqualified
  • Chapter 18: His Defense was Completely Ignored
  • Chapter 19: Christ’s Conviction Was Utterly Void
  • Chapter 20: Shadows of the Cross Were Fast Falling
  • Chapter 21: Argument on Law and the Facts

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Jesus Christ, The Son of God
  • Chapter 2: Pre-Trial Days in Judea
  • Chapter 3: Jewish Hopes for an Earthly King
  • Chapter 4: Main Characters Against Jesus
  • Chapter 5: New Testament Details of Events
  • Chapter 6:The Unlawful Acts
  • Chapter 7: No Authority For Arrest
  • Chapter 8: Annas Had No Jurisdiction
  • Chapter 9: The Sanhedrin’s Unlawful Assembly
  • Chapter 10: Changing the False Accusations
  • Chapter 11: Jesus Not Allowed Witnesses
  • Chapter 12: No Conviction on Confession Alone
  • Chapter 13: Requirement for Two Witnesses
  • Chapter 14: Death Trial Can’t End in One Day
  • Chapter 15: Sanhedrin Can’t Authorize Death Penalty
  • Chapter 16: Death Sentence Can’t Be Unanimous
  • Chapter 17: Sanhedrin Members Were Disqualified
  • Chapter 18: His Defense was Completely Ignored
  • Chapter 19: Christ’s Conviction Was Utterly Void
  • Chapter 20: Shadows of the Cross Were Fast Falling
  • Chapter 21: Argument on Law and the Facts

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About Author

Earl L Wingo

Prominent Mississippi attorney and past president of the Mississippi Bar Association (1945) who accepted Jesus early in life and dedicated much of his time in understanding the Judean society during the time of Jesus.

His profession of law led him to focus on the legal system at the time of the crucifixion of Jesus. When he compared the secret, night-time trial of Jesus to the standing Jewish law of that time, it was clearly illegal in many aspects. His book, The Illegal Trial of Jesus, became a classic reference for pastors, students and scholars, reprinted in 2009 with illustrations by Jack Chick.

Details

Author: Earl L Wingo
ISBN: 9780758906977
Pages: 192 - Paperback
Price: $10.00