Religion HW Jan 6 - EvanKoczan Mr.Tortorici Religion 1...

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Evan Koczan Mr. Tortorici Religion 1/5/16 1. Jesus’s conflict with the chiefs came to a head when he arrived in Jerusalem.  Protested the chiefs, priests, and scribes, which made the religious leaders look  for ways to kill Jesus. 2.  An eclipse and an earthquake both occurred during the final stages of Jesus’s  death. The earthquake split the veil of the Temple, and separated the Holy of  Holies from the rest of the Temple. 3. What were the Jewish leaders reasons for wanting Jesus to be put to death? Jesus challenged their authority and undermined their authority with the common  person. He said, “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath”. Jesus also claimed to have the power to forgive sins. This was against the 
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