'Whom seek ye in the sepulcher, O Christians ?' 'Jesus of Nazareth
the crucified, O angel.' 'He is not here; he has arisen as he said.
He continued his walk, but he had scarcely gone a hundred paces, when a furious fellow, leaning between two soldiers, spat in the king's face, as once an infamous and accursed Jew spit in the face of Jesus of Nazareth
. Loud roars of laughter and sullen murmurs arose together.
No wonder the multitude that followed Him was so great that at one time--thirty miles from here--they had to let a sick man down through the roof because no approach could be made to the door; no wonder His audiences were so great at Galilee that He had to preach from a ship removed a little distance from the shore; no wonder that even in the desert places about Bethsaida, five thousand invaded His solitude, and He had to feed them by a miracle or else see them suffer for their confiding faith and devotion; no wonder when there was a great commotion in a city in those days, one neighbor explained it to another in words to this effect: "They say that Jesus of Nazareth
Believers know the difference between 'Jesus of Nazareth
' and Danon's 'Jesus of Bethlehem.' Someone should send Danon a copy of the Gospels before he further embarrasses himself.
Still, in my book, the most compelling of the Crucifixion scene remains that of Jesus of Nazareth
. A British-Italian TV miniseries but released later as a feature film, Jesus of Nazareth
had the sincerest of actors ever to bring Christ on screen.
They came to realise that their Jesus of Nazareth
did have a different relation with God.
After appearing in a string of TV dramas, Powell gained international recognition in 1977 in Franco Zeffirelli's four-part TV film Jesus of Nazareth
Stan Lourdusamy concluded his address with an appeal to the participants of the convention to take the side of the people who struggle for their livelihood, human dignity and human rights if they want to follow the Jesus of Nazareth
To film his epic JESUS OF NAZARETH
TV series, starring Robert Powell.
Jesus of Nazareth
totally transformed human attitudes to sacrifice when he taught: "Greater love have no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."
This collection of essays by Scandinavian scholars grew out of a 2010 conference on the identity of Jesus of Nazareth
in current historical Jesus research.
Synopsis: In "Jesus of Nazareth
: Jew from Galilee, Savior of the World", noted German New Testament scholar Jens Schroter directly addresses the connection between Jesus' humanity and divinity--how the historical Jesus can also be the Christ of confession.