Jesus Is Guilty

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Jesus stood before the crown preaching in the temple court when he was disrupted by some men dragging a women before him who was apparently caught in the act of adultery, an act that was punishable by stoning in the Jewish law (John 8:5). The fact the male who would have also been caught at the same time, and guilty of the same offence was not also dragged before Jesus was indeed peculiar. It seems obvious to me, that these men were setting up not only Jesus (vs 6), but also the women to be guilty of breaking the law. If Jesus didn't support doing what was customary - and agree that the women should be stoned to death- he could be found guilty. As for the women, one possible scenario is that her husband wanted out the marriage and set her
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