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Then saith Pilate unto him , Hearest thou not how many things they witness
against thee ? And he answered him to never a word , insomuch that the
governor marvelled greatly . Then said Pilate unto them , Take ve him , and judge
When Pilate enquired what accusation they brought against Jesus ? the Jews
answered in a manner which shewed , that they felt a secret indignation at being
curbed by a superior power , and that they had still a privilege of inflicting slighter
Pilate saith unto them , What shall I do then with Jesus , which is called Christ ?
They all say unto him , Let him be crucified . The governor said , Ye have a
custom , that I should release unto you one at the passover ; will ye therefore that
Pilate saith unto them , Take ye him , and crucify him ; for .. find no fault in him .
The Jews then answered him , We have a law , and by our law he ought to die ,
because he made himself the Son of GOD . When Pilate therefore heard that
In the mean while Pilate ( as we may suppose ) was at . fending to the trials of
other prisoners ; and whilst he was sitting on the tribunal , his wife sent to inform
him of her dream . Pilate , being ' alarmed at the message , went himself into the ...
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