At the foot of the cross and beyond: a meditation

Bonner, Pippa
May 2013
Pastoral Review;May/Jun2013, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p56
The article offers the author's insights on the followers and disciples of Jesus Christ that witness his crucifixion. The author states that the crucifixion was a terrible torture, where Jesus has been subjected to base indignity, in which the smells, sights, pain and noise would invasive and terrifying of all the senses of his followers. He mentions that Jesus followers were helpless in preventing his death who they followed and observe him transforming and teaching the lives of the people.


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