Jesus arrives in Jerusalem, openly declaring that he is the promised Messiah. High Priest Caiaphas fears that impassioned crowds will start a riot, so he finds a way to get to Jesus - through Judas. ...
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Follows the book of ACTS. Shows the complete message of Christ and the transformation of Saul to Paul and how the high priest of Judea does not believe in what has taken place after the Crucifixion of Christ.
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Cyrus didn't throw Daniel into the lion's den, His immediate predecessor Darius did that. And the said lion's den was a cavern into the earth with a stone over the mouth, not a barred cell with two old lions pacing about. The wrong king. I mean, how hard is that? You might as well say Martin Luther shot AbrahamLincoln, or that King Canute started the second world war. Seriously,don't claim "every effort at historical accuracy" and get simple things like that wrong. And Sarah didn't "catch on" to what was happening and go charging up Mt. Moriah to stop her husband from doing what God had very privately told Abraham to do. Abraham, Isaac, and Mt. Moriah were two days travel away from where Sarah was "back in camp", as it were, and God had no reason to involve, alarm, and anguish Sarah about it in any way. As for Lot offering his daughters, yes he did, but no, nobody raped anybody because the visiting angels grabbed poor Lot back inside and struck all those pathetic people with blindness so they couldn't find the door or do what they wanted to. Or rather than being historically inaccurate, one might even wonder why such a horrible scene, being untrue and all, were included in this "story" at all.
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