Tag Archives: Pilate

Basin Theology

Someone once put forth the idea of something he called “basin theology”. He explained it like this: “Remember what Pilate did when he had the chance to acquit Jesus? He called for a basin and washed his hands of the … Continue reading

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He Should Have Listened!

Pilate has gone down in history as one of the worst villains of all time. He could have avoided this dubious distinction if only he had listened. He should have listened to his wife. (Are you husbands paying attention?) “While … Continue reading

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Let His Blood Be on Us

The chief priests and elders had decided that Jesus should be put to death, so they bound him and took him to Pilate, the governor. Pilate could find no fault with Jesus, so he tried to have him released. But … Continue reading

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Not Forgotten

In the television mini-series The Bible, which aired on the History Channel during March, Pilate’s wife was concerned about the way that Jesus had been treated. A dream revealed to her that he was a good man, and she told … Continue reading

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