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Pengorbanan Kristus di Kayu Salib


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As defined by the Coursework Help Experts The gospels don't say why Golgotha was known as the "place of the skull". One typical recommendation is that the site was on a mountain or near a stone that had the design of a head. Another recommendation, first created by the third-century pupil Origen, is that the name known to the funeral position of Adam's head, typically considered to have been interred at Jerusalem. An connection to burials does seem likely, because David 19:41-42 indicates that Jesus' whole body was taken only ten or twenty yards before it was placed in the grave.

Posted by KatieBell on Thu, 03/22/2018 - 18:59

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