The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer’s Standpoint (volumes 1 and 2) [NOOK Book]

The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer’s Standpoint (volumes 1 and 2)

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Overview

The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer’s Standpoint by Walter M. Chandler of the New York Bar

Volumes 1 and 2 (of 2)

Copyright, 1908, by WALTER M. CHANDLER

CONTENTS
Dedication
Volume 1. The Hebrew Trial
Preface to Volume One
-The Gospel Narratives
Matthew 31:47-68; 27:1-26
Mark 14:43-65; 15:1-15.
Luke 22:47-71; 23:1-24.
John 18:3-38; 19:1-16.
-Part 1. The Record of Fact
Chapter 1. The Record of Fact
-Part 2. Hebrew Criminal Law
Chapter 1. Hebrew Criminal Law--Mosaic and Talmudic
Chapter 2. Hebrew Criminal Law--Crimes and Punishments
Chapter 3. Hebrew Criminal Law--Courts and Judges
Chapter 4. Hebrew Criminal Law--Witnesses and Evidence
Chapter 5. Hebrew Criminal Law--Mode of Trial and Execution in Capital Cases
-Part 3. The Brief
The Brief
Point 1. The Arrest of Jesus Was Illegal
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 2. The Private Examination of Jesus Before Annas (or Caiaphas) Was Illegal
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 3. The Indictment Against Jesus Was, in Form, Illegal
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 4. The Proceedings of the Sanhedrin Against Jesus Were Illegal Because They Were Conducted At Night
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 5. The Proceedings of the Sanhedrin Against Jesus Were Illegal Because the Court Convened Before the Offering of the Morning Sacrifice
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 6. The Proceedings Against Jesus Were Illegal Because They Were Conducted On the Day Preceding a Jewish Sabbath; Also On the First Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread and the Eve of the Passover
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 7. The Trial of Jesus Was Illegal Because It Was Concluded Within One Day
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 8. The Sentence of Condemnation Pronounced Against Jesus By the Sanhedrin Was Illegal Because It Was Founded Upon His Uncorroborated Confession
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 9. The Condemnation of Jesus Was Illegal Because the Verdict of the Sanhedrin Was Unanimous
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 10. The Proceedings Against Jesus Were Illegal in That: (1) the Sentence of Condemnation Was Pronounced in a Place Forbidden By Law; (2) the High Priest Rent His Clothes; (3) the Balloting Was Irregular
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 11. The Members of the Great Sanhedrin Were Legally Disqualified To Try Jesus
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Point 12. The Condemnation of Jesus Was Illegal Because the Merits of the Defense Were Not Considered
..Law
..Fact and Argument
Volume 2. The Roman Trial
Preface To Volume Two
-Part 1. The Roman Trial
Chapter 1. A Twofold Jurisdiction
Chapter 2. Number of Regular Trials
Chapter 3. Powers and Duties of Pilate
Chapter 4. Mode of Trial in Roman Capital Cases
Chapter 5. Roman Forms of Punishment
Chapter 6. Roman Law Applicable to the Trial of Jesus
Chapter 7. Pontius Pilate
Chapter 8. Jesus Before Pilate
Chapter 9. Jesus Before Herod
Chapter 10. Jesus Again Before Pilate
Chapter 11. Legal Analysis and Summary of the Roman Trial of Jesus
-Part 2. Græco-Roman Paganism
Chapter 1. Græco-Roman Paganism
Appendices
Appendix 1. Characters of the Sanhedrists Who Tried Jesus
..The Moral Characters Of The Personages Who Sat At The Trial Of Christ
..1. The Chamber Of The Priests
..2. Chamber Of The Scribes
..3. Chamber Of The Elders
Appendix 2. Acts of Pilate
..Lardner’s Remarks on the Acts of Pilate
..Tischendorf’s Comments on the Acts of Pilate
..The Acts of Pilate
Footnotes:
Bibliography
Main Authorities
Minor Authorities
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015593402
  • Publisher: Denise Henry
  • Publication date: 10/8/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 531 KB

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