"Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani"



 

. And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice," Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani "," My God, My God, why me you forsaken "" And Jesus uttered a loud cry and breathed his last. And the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. And when the centurion, who stood facing him, saw that he expired, said: 'Truly this man was the Son of God "(Mark 15:33-34,37-39).The exclamation expressed by the Nazarene in Aramaic, a Semitic language with a length of about three thousand years, holds some mysteries. Did Jesus really scared at the time of the crucifixion? Do you see homeless? Did you think that the Father had forsaken him? And if so, why God abandoned his son on the cross? Matthew and Mark, are the only evangelists record this incident in detail, note that Jesus felt abandoned by God, without explaining why (Matthew 26: 46, Mark 15:34). It gives a number of explanations about by the separation of the Son with the Father in a dramatic moment. Experts suggest that "the Father could not bear to witness the death of his beloved Son, and therefore withdrew at the time of Jesus' final suffering." Also, that "the Father had to go, so that Jesus can meet all alone atonement." Or that Jesus "was found absolutely abandoned by God, like all sinners and therefore suffered and died for us" (Galatians 3:13). That is, God then withdrew its protective power to his Son, "for him to make the atoning sacrifice for us all."It is uncertain how long the public life of Jesus, says a commentator these sacred subjects. The Synoptic Gospels mention only one Passover feast held by him and his disciples in Jerusalem, during which he was arrested and crucified. That seems to suggest that his public life lasted only a year. In the Gospel of John, however, mentioned three feasts of Easter, the three held by Jesus in Jerusalem, which suggests that Jesus' ministry lasted for two or three years. In all the Gospels only there is a specific date, which is offered in Luke (Lk. 3:1-2). Jesus, like other famous men of antiquity, including Socrates wrote nothing, or no record. Everything is based on stories and other texts.According to Paul's letters the first texts about Jesus are about twenty years later in the probable date of his death, then, the main sources of information about his life, that is the four canonical Gospels, were written in the second half of I. century The Letters of Paul of Tarsus, written, as most likely dating between the years 50 and 60 are the earliest documents about Jesus. Egerton Papyrus, only fragment that is not in the canonical gospels cites Jesus' question to his disciples: "Why the seed is buried and soon grows immeasurably?". Then Jesus does a miracle planting in the Jordan River a seed from which grows a tree that bears fruit.? Maybe refer to the resurrection? There is no agreement on this case, the fragment is very run down and lack many words in the text.Juan Chapa, professor at the University of Navarra has discovered in England a probably apocryphal Gospel belongs to the collection of papyri from Oxyrhynchus (Egypt) and stored at the University of Oxford. The papyrus which has just been published by the researcher, dean of the Faculty of Theology of the Spanish University and Professor of New Testament, explains that, "on one side reports part of an exorcism performed by Jesus, that does not find its exact parallel in the four canonical Gospels. "Many mysteries surrounding the life and death of Jesus. No doubt existed cave, but also, it is very difficult to know much about the character, which mainly holds a divine aura and embodies a philosophy unacceptable to his time, and perhaps inexplicable impracticable for our day.César Pinos Espinozacesarpinose@hotmail.comwww.proyectoclubesdecomunicacion.blogspot.com



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when the sixth hour there was darkness over the whole land until the ninth hour. And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice," Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani "," My God, My God, why me you forsaken "" And Jesus uttered a loud cry and breathed his last. And the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. And when the centurion, who stood facing him, saw that he expired, said: 'Truly this man was the Son of God "(Mark 15:33-34,37-39).The exclamation expressed by the Nazarene in Aramaic, a Semitic language with a length of about three thousand years, holds some mysteries. Did Jesus really scared at the time of the crucifixion? Do you see homeless? Did you think that the Father had forsaken him? And if so, why God abandoned his son on the cross? Matthew and Mark, are the only evangelists record this incident in detail, note that Jesus felt abandoned by God, without explaining why (Matthew 26: 46, Mark 15:34). It gives a number of explanations about by the separation of the Son with the Father in a dramatic moment. Experts suggest that "the Father could not bear to witness the death of his beloved Son, and therefore withdrew at the time of Jesus' final suffering." Also, that "the Father had to go, so that Jesus can meet all alone atonement." Or that Jesus "was found absolutely abandoned by God, like all sinners and therefore suffered and died for us" (Galatians 3:13). That is, God then withdrew its protective power to his Son, "for him to make the atoning sacrifice for us all."It is uncertain how long the public life of Jesus, says a commentator these sacred subjects. The Synoptic Gospels mention only one Passover feast held by him and his disciples in Jerusalem, during which he was arrested and crucified. That seems to suggest that his public life lasted only a year. In the Gospel of John, however, mentioned three feasts of Easter, the three held by Jesus in Jerusalem, which suggests that Jesus' ministry lasted for two or three years. In all the Gospels only there is a specific date, which is offered in Luke (Lk. 3:1-2). Jesus, like other famous men of antiquity, including Socrates wrote nothing, or no record. Everything is based on stories and other texts.According to Paul's letters the first texts about Jesus are about twenty years later in the probable date of his death, then, the main sources of information about his life, that is the four canonical Gospels, were written in the second half of I. century The Letters of Paul of Tarsus, written, as most likely dating between the years 50 and 60 are the earliest documents about Jesus. Egerton Papyrus, only fragment that is not in the canonical gospels cites Jesus' question to his disciples: "Why the seed is buried and soon grows immeasurably?". Then Jesus does a miracle planting in the Jordan River a seed from which grows a tree that bears fruit.? Maybe refer to the resurrection? There is no agreement on this case, the fragment is very run down and lack many words in the text.Juan Chapa, professor at the University of Navarra has discovered in England a probably apocryphal Gospel belongs to the collection of papyri from Oxyrhynchus (Egypt) and stored at the University of Oxford. The papyrus which has just been published by the researcher, dean of the Faculty of Theology of the Spanish University and Professor of New Testament, explains that, "on one side reports part of an exorcism performed by Jesus, that does not find its exact parallel in the four canonical Gospels. "Many mysteries surrounding the life and death of Jesus. No doubt existed cave, but also, it is very difficult to know much about the character, which mainly holds a divine aura and embodies a philosophy unacceptable to his time, and perhaps inexplicable impracticable for our day.César Pinos Espinozacesarpinose@hotmail.comwww.proyectoclubesdecomunicacion.blogspot.com




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