You cannot use the four canonical gospels to prove the veracity of the four canonical gospels. That is circular logic.Oh, were you there? How do you know that Pontuis Pilate was not heeding the Jewish Sanhedrin on this matter.
Sources much closer to the time refute your silly assumptions.
We have others sources that tell us how Rome governed its provinces in the early years of the empire
Those accounts are later Christian apologetics. Do you have any comprehension concerning the impact of 70 CE on the fledgling Christian communities? Here was a cult [not a religion by Rome's definition] that worshipped a recently crucified Jew who had also threatened insurrection. Christians were already viewed with some suspicion by their neighbours. Clandestine meetings were frowned on in Rome. And as with any secret cult/sect/society local gossip supplied lurid accounts of what they actually got up to.So why do you think these guys wanted Jesus killed. Exactly for that Him a man claiming to be one with God. So they ran to the Romans. Pilate washed his hands, for he could find no guilt in Jesus, and obviously put a sign up to justify his giving in to the Jews.
Not that difficult to understand you know.
That is all your preconceived opinion and nothing more.Absolutely. That is what the Jewish people even today expected. Not what Jesus expected though. It was confirmed at His babtism that He was the Messiah, and he confirmed Himself that he would be raised from the dead by referencing Johnah and that He would raise Himself using the Temple as metahor.
The only reason the Sanhedrin might have wanted this man removed is that he threatened the status quo. However, that is a debatable point.You obviously have not properly read why the Jewish Sanhedrin wanted Him killed and as it was Passover, why they lay false charges against him before Rome.
I would also point out that the four gospel accounts differ as to when the interrogation took place. Was it on the eve of Passover or afterwards? The writer of John says one. The writers of the Synoptics say the other.
Wenn jemand Unsinn schreibt, gehe ich davon aus, dass er die historische Realität nicht versteht.