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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.

Jesus of Nazareth talks with two sisters -- Martha (left) and Mary (right) in Bethany today. He took a day off from teaching in Temple Square, where he has had several run-ins this week with the Pharisees and Sadducees who disagree with his religious philosophies. {Artwork by Frederik Ludvig Storch (1805-1883)}

Dignitaries arrive in Jerusalem for 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.

“Render to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s,” healer/teacher Jesus bar-Joseph told a crowd in Temple Square today. The Nazarene carpenter continued teaching, and verbally sparring with religious leaders, at the Temple today. {Artwork by Anton Dorph (1831-1914)}

Battle of wits and words heats up

{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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