Editorial

A man said to be Jesus of Nazareth stands near the open entrance of the borrowed tomb where the noted healer had been placed after being executed two days ago. Jesus’ body was missing when officials went to the scene this morning to investigate rumors that the Nazarene carpenter had risen from the dead. {Artwork by Constantin Hansen (1804-1880)}

Jesus’ body missing from tomb

{Editor’s Note: This series depicts how the events of Jesus Christ’s last week in Jerusalem could have been reported by a newspaper.

Jesus of Nazareth seems lost in prayer shortly before his arrest in the Gethsemane Garden outside of Jerusalem two days ago. The roaming rabbi was charged with treason and executed on Golgotha yesterday. {Artwork by Henrik Olrik (1830-1890)}.

Jerusalem returning to normal after Passover

{Editor’s Note: This series depicts how the events of Jesus Christ’s last week in Jerusalem could have been reported by a newspaper.

Friends and family mourn at the feet of Jesus of Nazareth earlier today. The sign above his head reads “King of the Jews,” a reference to the charge that the Nazarene, or his followers, sought to overthrow Roman rule and re-establish the Throne of David. {Artwork by Carl Bloch (1834-1890)

Innocent man dies on cross

{Editor’s Note: This series depicts how the events of Jesus Christ’s last week in Jerusalem could have been reported by a newspaper.

Jesus bar-Joseph of Nazareth speaks with his closest disciples during the Passover meal earlier today. The disciple leaving the room is believed to be Judas Iscariot, who led a mob to the garden at Gethsemane later to arrest the Nazarene healer/teacher. {Artwork by Carl Bloch (1834-1890)}

Jesus arrested, tried and convicted by Sanhedrin court

{Editor’s Note: This series depicts how the events of Jesus Christ’s last week in Jerusalem could have been reported by a newspaper.

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