Barabbas

In the New Testament, a condemned robber released by Pilate at Pesach (Passover) instead of Jesus to appease a mob. ...
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Barabbas

(from the article `Ghelderode, Michel de`) ...techniques, as well as a deep and moving piety, all abound in this strange play. Invited by the Flemish Popular Theatre to write a play for ...
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Barabbas

(from the article `Barabbas`) ...rabban), indicating perhaps that his father was a Jewish leader. According to the early biblical scholar Origen and other commentators, the full ...
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Barabbas

in the New Testament, a prisoner or criminal mentioned in all four gospels who was chosen by the crowd, over Jesus Christ, to be released by Pontius ...
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Barabbas

[disambiguation] Barabbas was a biblical figure. The name can also refer to: ...
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Barabbas

Barabbas (burăb'us) [Aram.,=son of the father], bandit held in jail at the time of Jesus' arrest. Pontius Pilate, who, according to the Gospels, annually released a prisoner at Passover, offered to release Jesus, but the people demanded his death and Barabbas' delivery.
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Barabbas

In the New Testament, a condemned robber released by Pilate at Pesach (Passover) instead of Jesus to appease a mob
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Barabbas

Barabbas or Jesus Barabbas (a Hellenization of the Aramaic bar abba בר אבא, literally `son of the father` or `Jesus, son of the Father` respectively) is a figure in the accounts of the Passion of Christ, in which he is the insurrectionary whom Pontius Pilate freed at the Passover feast in Jerusalem, instead of Jesus. According to the four...
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