An Examination of the Testimony of the Four Evangelists, by the Rules of Evidence Administered in Courts of Justice With an Account of the Trial of Jesus
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An Examination of the Testimony of the Four Evangelists, by the Rules of Evidence Administered in Courts of Justice With an Account of the Trial of Jesus

By Simon Greenleaf
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Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Advertisement.
  • To The Members Of The Legal Profession.
  • Contents And Synopsis Of The Harmony.
    • Table for Finding Any Passage in the Harmony.
      • Matthew.
      • Mark.
      • Luke.
      • John.
    • Matthew.
    • Mark.
    • Luke.
    • John.
  • Advertisement To This Edition.
  • An Examination, Etc.
  • Harmony Of The Gospels.
    • Part I. Events Connected With The Birth And Childhood Of Jesus.
      • § 1. Preface to Luke's Gospel.
      • § 2. An Angel appears to Zacharias. Jerusalem.
      • § 3. An Angel appears to Mary. Nazareth.
      • § 4. Mary visits Elisabeth. Juttah.
      • § 5. The birth of John the Baptist. Juttah.
      • § 6. An Angel appears to Joseph. Nazareth.
      • § 7. The birth of Jesus. Bethlehem.
      • § 8. An Angel appears to the Shepherds. Near Bethlehem.
      • § 9. The circumcision of Jesus and his presentation in the temple. Bethlehem. Jerusalem.
      • § 10. The Magi. Jerusalem. Bethlehem.
      • § 11. The flight into Egypt. Herod's cruelty. The return. Bethlehem. Nazareth.
      • § 12. At twelve years of age, Jesus goes to the Passover. Jerusalem.
      • § 13. The Genealogies.
    • § 1. Preface to Luke's Gospel.
    • § 2. An Angel appears to Zacharias. Jerusalem.
    • § 3. An Angel appears to Mary. Nazareth.
    • § 4. Mary visits Elisabeth. Juttah.
    • § 5. The birth of John the Baptist. Juttah.
    • § 6. An Angel appears to Joseph. Nazareth.
    • § 7. The birth of Jesus. Bethlehem.
    • § 8. An Angel appears to the Shepherds. Near Bethlehem.
    • § 9. The circumcision of Jesus and his presentation in the temple. Bethlehem. Jerusalem.
    • § 10. The Magi. Jerusalem. Bethlehem.
    • § 11. The flight into Egypt. Herod's cruelty. The return. Bethlehem. Nazareth.
    • § 12. At twelve years of age, Jesus goes to the Passover. Jerusalem.
    • § 13. The Genealogies.
    • Part II. Announcement And Introduction Of Our Lord's Public Ministry.
      • § 14. The Ministry of John the Baptist. The Desert. The Jordan.
      • § 15. The Baptism of Jesus. The Jordan.
      • § 16. The Temptation. Desert of Judea
      • § 17. Preface to John's Gospel.
      • § 18. Testimony of John the Baptist to Jesus. Bethany beyond Jordan.
      • § 19. Jesus gains disciples. The Jordan. Galilee.
      • § 20. The Marriage at Cana of Galilee.
    • § 14. The Ministry of John the Baptist. The Desert. The Jordan.
    • § 15. The Baptism of Jesus. The Jordan.
    • § 16. The Temptation. Desert of Judea
    • § 17. Preface to John's Gospel.
    • § 18. Testimony of John the Baptist to Jesus. Bethany beyond Jordan.
    • § 19. Jesus gains disciples. The Jordan. Galilee.
    • § 20. The Marriage at Cana of Galilee.
    • Part III. Our Lord's First Passover, And The Subsequent Transactions Until The Second.
      • § 21. At the Passover Jesus drives the traders out of the Temple. Jerusalem.
      • § 22. Our Lord's discourse with Nicodemus. Jerusalem.
      • § 23. Jesus remains in Judea and baptizes. Further testimony of John the Baptist.
      • § 24. Jesus departs into Galilee after John's imprisonment.
      • § 25. Our Lord's discourse with the Samaritan woman. Many Samaritans believe on him. Shechem or Neapolis.
      • § 26. Jesus teaches publicly in Galilee.
      • § 27. Jesus, again at Cana, heals the son of a nobleman lying ill at Capernaum. Cana of Galilee.
      • § 28. Jesus is rejected at Nazareth, and fixes his abode at Capernaum.
      • § 29. The call of Simon Peter and Andrew, and of James and John, with the miraculous draught of fishes. Near Capernaum.
      • § 30. The healing of a demoniac in the Synagogue. Capernaum.
      • § 31. The healing of Peter's wife's mother and many others. Capernaum.
      • § 32. Jesus with his disciples goes from Capernaum throughout Galilee.
      • § 33. The healing of a leper. Galilee.
      • § 34. The healing of a paralytic. Capernaum.
      • § 35. The call of Matthew. Capernaum.
    • § 21. At the Passover Jesus drives the traders out of the Temple. Jerusalem.
    • § 22. Our Lord's discourse with Nicodemus. Jerusalem.
    • § 23. Jesus remains in Judea and baptizes. Further testimony of John the Baptist.
    • § 24. Jesus departs into Galilee after John's imprisonment.
    • § 25. Our Lord's discourse with the Samaritan woman. Many Samaritans believe on him. Shechem or Neapolis.
    • § 26. Jesus teaches publicly in Galilee.
    • § 27. Jesus, again at Cana, heals the son of a nobleman lying ill at Capernaum. Cana of Galilee.
    • § 28. Jesus is rejected at Nazareth, and fixes his abode at Capernaum.
    • § 29. The call of Simon Peter and Andrew, and of James and John, with the miraculous draught of fishes. Near Capernaum.
    • § 30. The healing of a demoniac in the Synagogue. Capernaum.
    • § 31. The healing of Peter's wife's mother and many others. Capernaum.
    • § 32. Jesus with his disciples goes from Capernaum throughout Galilee.
    • § 33. The healing of a leper. Galilee.
    • § 34. The healing of a paralytic. Capernaum.
    • § 35. The call of Matthew. Capernaum.
    • Part IV. Our Lord's Second Passover, And The Subsequent Transactions Until The Third.
      • § 36. The pool of Bethesda; the healing of the infirm man; and our Lord's subsequent discourse. Jerusalem.
      • § 37. The disciples pluck ears of grain on the Sabbath. On the way to Galilee?
      • § 38. The healing of the withered hand on the Sabbath. Galilee.
      • § 39. Jesus arrives at the sea of Tiberias, and is followed by multitudes. Lake of Galilee.
      • § 40. Jesus withdraws to the Mountain and chooses the Twelve; multitudes follow him. Near Capernaum.
      • § 41. The Sermon on the Mount. Near Capernaum.
      • § 42. The healing of the centurion's servant. Capernaum.
      • § 43. The raising of the widow's son. Nain.
      • § 44. John the Baptist, in prison, sends disciples to Jesus. Galilee. Capernaum?
      • § 45. Reflections of Jesus on appealing to his mighty works. Capernaum.
      • § 46. While sitting at meat with a Pharisee, Jesus is anointed by a woman who had been a sinner. Capernaum?
      • § 47. Jesus, with the Twelve, makes a second circuit in Galilee.
      • § 48. The healing of a demoniac. The Scribes and Pharisees blaspheme. Galilee.
      • § 49. The Scribes and Pharisees seek a sign. Our Lord's reflection. Galilee.
      • § 50. The true disciples of Christ his nearest relatives. Galilee.
      • § 51. At a Pharisee's table, Jesus denounces woes against the Pharisees and others. Galilee.
      • § 52. Jesus discourses to his disciples and the multitude. Galilee.
      • § 53. The slaughter of certain Galileans. Parable of the barren fig-tree. Galilee.
      • § 54. The parable of the sower. Lake of Galilee. Near Capernaum?
      • § 55. Parable of the tares. Other parables. Near Capernaum?
      • § 56. Jesus directs to cross the lake. Incidents. The tempest stilled. Lake of Galilee.
      • § 57. The two demoniacs of Gadara. S. E. coast of the Lake of Galilee.
      • § 58. Levi's feast. Capernaum.
      • § 59. The raising of Jairus's daughter. The woman with a bloody flux. Capernaum.
      • § 60. Two blind men healed, and a dumb spirit cast out. Capernaum.
      • § 61. Jesus again at Nazareth, and again rejected.
      • § 62. A third circuit in Galilee. The Twelve instructed and sent forth. Galilee.
      • § 63. Herod holds Jesus to be John the Baptist, whom he had just before beheaded. Galilee? Perea.
      • § 64. The Twelve return. Jesus retires with them across the lake. Five thousand are fed. Capernaum. N. E. coast of the lake.
      • § 65. Jesus walks upon the water. Lake of Galilee. Gennesaret.
      • § 66. Our Lord's discourse in the Synagogue at Capernaum. Many disciples turn back. Peter's profession of faith. Capernaum.
    • § 36. The pool of Bethesda; the healing of the infirm man; and our Lord's subsequent discourse. Jerusalem.
    • § 37. The disciples pluck ears of grain on the Sabbath. On the way to Galilee?
    • § 38. The healing of the withered hand on the Sabbath. Galilee.
    • § 39. Jesus arrives at the sea of Tiberias, and is followed by multitudes. Lake of Galilee.
    • § 40. Jesus withdraws to the Mountain and chooses the Twelve; multitudes follow him. Near Capernaum.
    • § 41. The Sermon on the Mount. Near Capernaum.
    • § 42. The healing of the centurion's servant. Capernaum.
    • § 43. The raising of the widow's son. Nain.
    • § 44. John the Baptist, in prison, sends disciples to Jesus. Galilee. Capernaum?
    • § 45. Reflections of Jesus on appealing to his mighty works. Capernaum.
    • § 46. While sitting at meat with a Pharisee, Jesus is anointed by a woman who had been a sinner. Capernaum?
    • § 47. Jesus, with the Twelve, makes a second circuit in Galilee.
    • § 48. The healing of a demoniac. The Scribes and Pharisees blaspheme. Galilee.
    • § 49. The Scribes and Pharisees seek a sign. Our Lord's reflection. Galilee.
    • § 50. The true disciples of Christ his nearest relatives. Galilee.
    • § 51. At a Pharisee's table, Jesus denounces woes against the Pharisees and others. Galilee.
    • § 52. Jesus discourses to his disciples and the multitude. Galilee.
    • § 53. The slaughter of certain Galileans. Parable of the barren fig-tree. Galilee.
    • § 54. The parable of the sower. Lake of Galilee. Near Capernaum?
    • § 55. Parable of the tares. Other parables. Near Capernaum?
    • § 56. Jesus directs to cross the lake. Incidents. The tempest stilled. Lake of Galilee.
    • § 57. The two demoniacs of Gadara. S. E. coast of the Lake of Galilee.
    • § 58. Levi's feast. Capernaum.
    • § 59. The raising of Jairus's daughter. The woman with a bloody flux. Capernaum.
    • § 60. Two blind men healed, and a dumb spirit cast out. Capernaum.
    • § 61. Jesus again at Nazareth, and again rejected.
    • § 62. A third circuit in Galilee. The Twelve instructed and sent forth. Galilee.
    • § 63. Herod holds Jesus to be John the Baptist, whom he had just before beheaded. Galilee? Perea.
    • § 64. The Twelve return. Jesus retires with them across the lake. Five thousand are fed. Capernaum. N. E. coast of the lake.
    • § 65. Jesus walks upon the water. Lake of Galilee. Gennesaret.
    • § 66. Our Lord's discourse in the Synagogue at Capernaum. Many disciples turn back. Peter's profession of faith. Capernaum.
    • Part V. From Our Lord's Third Passover, Until His Final Departure From Galilee, At The Festival Of Tabernacles.
      • § 67. Our Lord justifies his Disciples for eating with unwashen hands. Pharisaic traditions. Capernaum.
      • § 68. The daughter of a Syrophenician woman is healed. Region of Tyre and Sidon.
      • § 69. A deaf and dumb man healed; also many others. Four thousand are fed. The Decapolis.
      • § 70. The Pharisees and Sadducees again require a sign. Near Magdala.
      • § 71. The disciples cautioned against the leaven of the Pharisees, &c. N. E. coast of the lake of Galilee.
      • § 72. A blind man healed. Bethsaida. (Julias.)
      • § 73. Peter and the others again profess their faith in Christ. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
      • § 74. Our Lord foretells his own death and resurrection, and the trials of his followers. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
      • § 75. The Transfiguration. Our Lord's subsequent discourse. with the three disciples. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
      • § 76. The healing of a demoniac, whom the disciples could not heal. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
      • § 77, Jesus again foretells his own death and resurrection. (See § 74.) Galilee.
      • § 78. The tribute-money miraculously provided. Capernaum.
      • § 79. The disciples contend who should be the greatest. Jesus exhorts to humility, forbearance and brotherly love. Capernaum.
      • § 80. The Seventy instructed, and sent out. Capernaum.
      • § 81. Jesus goes up to the feast of tabernacles. His final departure from Galilee. Incidents in Samaria.
      • § 82. Ten lepers cleansed. Samaria.
    • § 67. Our Lord justifies his Disciples for eating with unwashen hands. Pharisaic traditions. Capernaum.
    • § 68. The daughter of a Syrophenician woman is healed. Region of Tyre and Sidon.
    • § 69. A deaf and dumb man healed; also many others. Four thousand are fed. The Decapolis.
    • § 70. The Pharisees and Sadducees again require a sign. Near Magdala.
    • § 71. The disciples cautioned against the leaven of the Pharisees, &c. N. E. coast of the lake of Galilee.
    • § 72. A blind man healed. Bethsaida. (Julias.)
    • § 73. Peter and the others again profess their faith in Christ. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
    • § 74. Our Lord foretells his own death and resurrection, and the trials of his followers. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
    • § 75. The Transfiguration. Our Lord's subsequent discourse. with the three disciples. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
    • § 76. The healing of a demoniac, whom the disciples could not heal. Region of Cesarea Philippi.
    • § 77, Jesus again foretells his own death and resurrection. (See § 74.) Galilee.
    • § 78. The tribute-money miraculously provided. Capernaum.
    • § 79. The disciples contend who should be the greatest. Jesus exhorts to humility, forbearance and brotherly love. Capernaum.
    • § 80. The Seventy instructed, and sent out. Capernaum.
    • § 81. Jesus goes up to the feast of tabernacles. His final departure from Galilee. Incidents in Samaria.
    • § 82. Ten lepers cleansed. Samaria.
    • Part VI. The Festival Of Tabernacles And The Subsequent Transactions, Until Our Lord's Arrival At Bethany, Six Days Before The Fourth Passover.
      • § 83. Jesus at the festival of Tabernacles. His public teaching. Jerusalem.
      • § 84. The woman taken in adultery. Jerusalem.
      • § 85. Further public teaching of our Lord. He reproves the unbelieving Jews, and escapes from their hands. Jerusalem.
      • § 86. A lawyer instructed. Love to our neighbour defined. Parable of the Good Samaritan. Near Jerusalem.
      • § 87. Jesus in the house of Martha and Mary. Bethany.
      • § 88. The disciples again taught how to pray. Near Jerusalem.
      • § 89. The Seventy return. Jerusalem?
      • § 90. A man born blind is healed on the Sabbath. Our Lord's subsequent discourses. Jerusalem.
      • § 91. Jesus at Jerusalem at the feast of dedication. He retires beyond Jordan. Jerusalem. Bethany beyond Jordan.
      • § 92. The raising of Lazarus. Bethany.
      • § 93. The counsel of Caiaphas against Jesus. He retires from Jerusalem. Jerusalem. Ephraim.
      • § 94. Jesus, beyond Jordan, is followed by multitudes. The healing of the infirm woman on the Sabbath. Valley of Jordan. Perea.
      • § 95. Our Lord goes teaching and journeying towards Jerusalem. He is warned against Herod. Perea.
      • § 96. Our Lord dines with a chief Pharisee on the Sabbath. Incidents. Perea.
      • § 97. What is required of true disciples. Perea.
      • § 98. Parables of the lost Sheep, &c. and of the Prodigal Son. Perea.
      • § 99. Parable of the Unjust Steward. Perea.
      • § 100. The Pharisees reproved. Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. Perea.
      • § 101. Jesus inculcates forbearance, faith, humility. Perea.
      • § 102. Christ's coming will be sudden. Perea.
      • § 103. Parables. The importunate Widow. The Pharisee and Publican. Perea.
      • § 104. Precepts respecting divorce. Perea.
      • § 105. Jesus receives and blesses little children. Perea.
      • § 106. The rich young man. Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard. Perea.
      • § 107. Jesus a third time foretels his Death and Resurrection. (See § 74, § 77.) Perea.
      • § 108. James and John prefer their ambitious request. Perea.
      • § 109. The healing of two blind men near Jericho.
      • § 110. The visit to Zaccheus. Parable of the ten Minæ. Jericho.
      • § 111. Jesus arrives at Bethany six days before the Passover. Bethany.
    • § 83. Jesus at the festival of Tabernacles. His public teaching. Jerusalem.
    • § 84. The woman taken in adultery. Jerusalem.
    • § 85. Further public teaching of our Lord. He reproves the unbelieving Jews, and escapes from their hands. Jerusalem.
    • § 86. A lawyer instructed. Love to our neighbour defined. Parable of the Good Samaritan. Near Jerusalem.
    • § 87. Jesus in the house of Martha and Mary. Bethany.
    • § 88. The disciples again taught how to pray. Near Jerusalem.
    • § 89. The Seventy return. Jerusalem?
    • § 90. A man born blind is healed on the Sabbath. Our Lord's subsequent discourses. Jerusalem.
    • § 91. Jesus at Jerusalem at the feast of dedication. He retires beyond Jordan. Jerusalem. Bethany beyond Jordan.
    • § 92. The raising of Lazarus. Bethany.
    • § 93. The counsel of Caiaphas against Jesus. He retires from Jerusalem. Jerusalem. Ephraim.
    • § 94. Jesus, beyond Jordan, is followed by multitudes. The healing of the infirm woman on the Sabbath. Valley of Jordan. Perea.
    • § 95. Our Lord goes teaching and journeying towards Jerusalem. He is warned against Herod. Perea.
    • § 96. Our Lord dines with a chief Pharisee on the Sabbath. Incidents. Perea.
    • § 97. What is required of true disciples. Perea.
    • § 98. Parables of the lost Sheep, &c. and of the Prodigal Son. Perea.
    • § 99. Parable of the Unjust Steward. Perea.
    • § 100. The Pharisees reproved. Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. Perea.
    • § 101. Jesus inculcates forbearance, faith, humility. Perea.
    • § 102. Christ's coming will be sudden. Perea.
    • § 103. Parables. The importunate Widow. The Pharisee and Publican. Perea.
    • § 104. Precepts respecting divorce. Perea.
    • § 105. Jesus receives and blesses little children. Perea.
    • § 106. The rich young man. Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard. Perea.
    • § 107. Jesus a third time foretels his Death and Resurrection. (See § 74, § 77.) Perea.
    • § 108. James and John prefer their ambitious request. Perea.
    • § 109. The healing of two blind men near Jericho.
    • § 110. The visit to Zaccheus. Parable of the ten Minæ. Jericho.
    • § 111. Jesus arrives at Bethany six days before the Passover. Bethany.
    • Part VII. Our Lord's Public Entry Into Jerusalem, And The Subsequent Transactions Before The Fourth Passover.
      • § 112. Our Lord's public entry into Jerusalem. (First Day Of The Week.) Bethany. Jerusalem.
      • § 113. The barren Fig-tree. The cleansing of the Temple. (Second Day Of The Week.) Bethany. Jerusalem.
      • § 114. The barren Fig-tree withers away. (Third Day Of The Week.) Between Bethany and Jerusalem.
      • § 115. Christ's authority questioned. Parable of the two Sons. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 116. Parable of the wicked husbandmen. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 117. Parable of the marriage of the King's Son. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 118. Insidious question of the Pharisees. Tribute to Cesar. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 119. Insidious question of the Sadducees. The Resurrection. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 120. A lawyer questions Jesus. The two great Commandments. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 121. How is Christ the Son of David? (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 122. Warnings against the evil example of the Scribes and Pharisees. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 123. Woes against the Scribes and Pharisees. Lamentation over Jerusalem. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 124. The Widow's Mite. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 125. Certain Greeks desire to see Jesus. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 126. Reflections upon the unbelief of the Jews. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 127. Jesus, on taking leave of the Temple, foretells its destruction, etc. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem. Mount of Olives.
      • § 128. The signs of Christ's coming to destroy Jerusalem, etc. (Third Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
      • § 129. Transition to Christ's final coming. Exhortation. Parables. (Third Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
      • § 130. Scenes of the Judgment Day. (Third Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
      • § 131. The Rulers conspire. The Supper at Bethany. Treachery of Judas. (Fourth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem. Bethany.
      • § 132. Preparation for the Passover. (Fifth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem. Bethany.
    • § 112. Our Lord's public entry into Jerusalem. (First Day Of The Week.) Bethany. Jerusalem.
    • § 113. The barren Fig-tree. The cleansing of the Temple. (Second Day Of The Week.) Bethany. Jerusalem.
    • § 114. The barren Fig-tree withers away. (Third Day Of The Week.) Between Bethany and Jerusalem.
    • § 115. Christ's authority questioned. Parable of the two Sons. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 116. Parable of the wicked husbandmen. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 117. Parable of the marriage of the King's Son. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 118. Insidious question of the Pharisees. Tribute to Cesar. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 119. Insidious question of the Sadducees. The Resurrection. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 120. A lawyer questions Jesus. The two great Commandments. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 121. How is Christ the Son of David? (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 122. Warnings against the evil example of the Scribes and Pharisees. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 123. Woes against the Scribes and Pharisees. Lamentation over Jerusalem. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 124. The Widow's Mite. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 125. Certain Greeks desire to see Jesus. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 126. Reflections upon the unbelief of the Jews. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 127. Jesus, on taking leave of the Temple, foretells its destruction, etc. (Third Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem. Mount of Olives.
    • § 128. The signs of Christ's coming to destroy Jerusalem, etc. (Third Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
    • § 129. Transition to Christ's final coming. Exhortation. Parables. (Third Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
    • § 130. Scenes of the Judgment Day. (Third Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
    • § 131. The Rulers conspire. The Supper at Bethany. Treachery of Judas. (Fourth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem. Bethany.
    • § 132. Preparation for the Passover. (Fifth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem. Bethany.
    • Part VIII. The Fourth Passover; Our Lord's Passion; And The Accompanying Events Until The End Of The Jewish Sabbath.
      • § 133. The Passover Meal. Contention among the Twelve. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 134. Jesus washes the feet of his disciples. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 135. Jesus points out the traitor. Judas withdraws. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 136. Jesus foretells the fall of Peter, and the dispersion of the Twelve. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 137. The Lord's Supper. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 138. Jesus comforts his disciples. The Holy Spirit promised. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 139. Christ the true Vine. His disciples hated by the world. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 140. Persecution foretold. Further promise of the Holy Spirit. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 141. Christ's last prayer with his disciples. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 142. The agony in Gethsemane. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 143. Jesus betrayed and made prisoner. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
      • § 144. Jesus before Caiaphas. Peter thrice denies him. (Night Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 145. Jesus before Caiaphas. He declares himself to be the Christ, &c. (Morning Of The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 146. The Sanhedrim lead Jesus away to Pilate. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 147. Jesus before Herod. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 148. Pilate seeks to release Jesus. The Jews demand Barabbas. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 149. Pilate delivers up Jesus to death. He is scourged and mocked. Jerusalem.
      • § 150. Pilate again seeks to release Jesus. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 151. Judas repents, and hangs himself. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 152. Jesus is led away to be crucified. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 153. The Crucifixion. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 154. The Jews mock at Jesus on the cross. He commends his mother to John. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 155. Darkness prevails. Christ expires on the cross. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 156. The vail of the Temple rent. The graves opened. The women at the cross. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 157. The taking down from the cross. The burial. Jerusalem.
      • § 158. The watch at the sepulchre. (Seventh Day Of The Week, Or Sabbath.) Jerusalem.
    • § 133. The Passover Meal. Contention among the Twelve. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 134. Jesus washes the feet of his disciples. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 135. Jesus points out the traitor. Judas withdraws. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 136. Jesus foretells the fall of Peter, and the dispersion of the Twelve. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 137. The Lord's Supper. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 138. Jesus comforts his disciples. The Holy Spirit promised. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 139. Christ the true Vine. His disciples hated by the world. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 140. Persecution foretold. Further promise of the Holy Spirit. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 141. Christ's last prayer with his disciples. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 142. The agony in Gethsemane. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 143. Jesus betrayed and made prisoner. (Evening Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Mount of Olives.
    • § 144. Jesus before Caiaphas. Peter thrice denies him. (Night Introducing The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 145. Jesus before Caiaphas. He declares himself to be the Christ, &c. (Morning Of The Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 146. The Sanhedrim lead Jesus away to Pilate. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 147. Jesus before Herod. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 148. Pilate seeks to release Jesus. The Jews demand Barabbas. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 149. Pilate delivers up Jesus to death. He is scourged and mocked. Jerusalem.
    • § 150. Pilate again seeks to release Jesus. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 151. Judas repents, and hangs himself. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 152. Jesus is led away to be crucified. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 153. The Crucifixion. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 154. The Jews mock at Jesus on the cross. He commends his mother to John. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 155. Darkness prevails. Christ expires on the cross. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 156. The vail of the Temple rent. The graves opened. The women at the cross. (Sixth Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 157. The taking down from the cross. The burial. Jerusalem.
    • § 158. The watch at the sepulchre. (Seventh Day Of The Week, Or Sabbath.) Jerusalem.
    • Part IX. Our Lord's Resurrection, His Subsequent Appearances, And His Ascension.
      • § 159. The morning of the Resurrection. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 160. Visit of the women to the Sepulchre. Mary Magdalene returns. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 161. Vision of angels in the Sepulchre. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 162. The women return to the city. Jesus meets them. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 163. Peter and John run to the Sepulchre. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 164. Our Lord is seen by Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 165. Report of the watch. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 166. Our Lord is seen of Peter; then by two disciples on the way to Emmaus. (First Day Of The Week.) Emmaus.
      • § 167. Jesus appears in the midst of the Apostles, Thomas being absent. (Evening Following The First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
      • § 168. Jesus appears in the midst of the Apostles, Thomas being present. (Evening Following First Day Of Week After Resurrection.) Jerusalem.
      • § 169. The Apostles go away into Galilee. Jesus shows himself to seven of them at the Sea of Tiberias. Galilee.
      • § 170. Jesus meets the Apostles and above five hundred brethren on a mountain in Galilee. Galilee.
      • § 171. Our Lord is seen of James; then of all the Apostles. Jerusalem.
      • § 172. The Ascension. Bethany.
      • § 173. Conclusion of John's Gospel.
    • § 159. The morning of the Resurrection. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 160. Visit of the women to the Sepulchre. Mary Magdalene returns. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 161. Vision of angels in the Sepulchre. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 162. The women return to the city. Jesus meets them. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 163. Peter and John run to the Sepulchre. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 164. Our Lord is seen by Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 165. Report of the watch. (First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 166. Our Lord is seen of Peter; then by two disciples on the way to Emmaus. (First Day Of The Week.) Emmaus.
    • § 167. Jesus appears in the midst of the Apostles, Thomas being absent. (Evening Following The First Day Of The Week.) Jerusalem.
    • § 168. Jesus appears in the midst of the Apostles, Thomas being present. (Evening Following First Day Of Week After Resurrection.) Jerusalem.
    • § 169. The Apostles go away into Galilee. Jesus shows himself to seven of them at the Sea of Tiberias. Galilee.
    • § 170. Jesus meets the Apostles and above five hundred brethren on a mountain in Galilee. Galilee.
    • § 171. Our Lord is seen of James; then of all the Apostles. Jerusalem.
    • § 172. The Ascension. Bethany.
    • § 173. Conclusion of John's Gospel.
  • Note On The Resurrection.
  • An Account Of The Trial Of Jesus.
  • The Jewish Account Of The Trial Of Jesus. By Mr. Salvador.
  • The Trial Of Jesus Before Caiaphas And Pilate.
  • Being A Refutation Of Mr. Salvador's Chapter Entitled “The Trial And Condemnation Of Jesus.”By M. Dupin. Translated From The French by John Pickering, LL.D.
    • Preface.
    • Analysis Of The Chapter Of Mr. Salvador, Entitled “The Administration Of Justice” Among The Jews.398
    • Trial Of Jesus.
    • Refutation Of The Chapter Of Mr. Salvador, Entitled “The Trial And Condemnation Of Jesus.”
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