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The Crucifixion of Jesus

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Mark 15:21-32

As all the commentary and diagrams of the previous chapters have demonstrated, the themes, sentences, and dialog come mainly from the psalms and prophets of the Old Testament, to show that the coming of Jesus was openly prophesized in the Old Testament.

The Sacred Geometry Story

Setting: After leaving the praetorium in Jerusalem, Jesus crosses a field and arrives at Golgotha, the place of a skull.

Characters: Jesus, Simon the Cyrenian and his two sons, a Roman centurion and four soldiers, two chief priests, two scribes, two robbers, and some bystanders.

The Signs for the "many things" mentioned in this pericope: a field, three crosses, a skull, a place, myrrhized wine, garments, lots, an hour, three days, the temple sanctuary, to see and believe.

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THE TIME OF THE CRUCIFIXION

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