By Taylor G. Bunch
This ebook is especially small in quantity yet large in info. It seems on the final three days of Christ in this Earth, and the best travesty that has ever occurred in any judicial procedure. the writer exhibits how the judicial structures of the Jews and the Romans absolutely broke down. He rates from old old authors and specialists. really easy to learn and extremely obscure!
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In this opinion the Jews were not alone. , page 140. In Hebrew law, at least two witnesses were required to bring conviction. The foundation for this rule is found in Deuteronomy 17:6. " See also Numbers 35:30; Deuteronomy 19:15. The testimony of the witnesses must agree in all essential details, or it was rejected. "–Mishna, "Sanhedrin," C. V. 2. Hebrew law did not permit any circumstantial evidence in a criminal case. "– "The Martyrdom of Jesus," Rabbi Isaac M. Wise. "–Talmud. This is logical, and is in harmony with the teachings of Jesus.
These and many others recorded in the Talmud remind judges of their solemn duty and responsibility. "–"Histoire des Institutions de Moise," Salvador. " 46 Sanctity Of Human Life In Hebrew jurisprudence every possible effort was made to save and to protect human life because it belonged to God. ) Dr. R. " To ensure justice to the accused the arguments must begin in his behalf. Nothing was permitted to be said against him till after at least one of the judges had spoken in his behalf. In case of conviction in a capital trial, sentence could not be pronounced till the afternoon of the second day.
Let us put the testimony of the disciples of Jesus to the legal test of the law of evidence. , late Professor of Law in Harvard University and the 50 author of "Treatise on the Law of Evidence," which is recognized throughout the legal world as almost the last word on the subject. " The London Law Magazine said regarding this great American lawyer: “ It is no mean honor to America that her schools of jurisprudence have produced two of the first writers and best esteemed legal authorities of this century– the great and good man, Judge Story and his worthy and eminent associate, Professor Greenleaf.
Behold the Man by Taylor G. Bunch