Doubts about the crucifixion?

Question by Advicer: Doubts about the crucifixion?
We know that the crucifixion was a feather degrading that served as an example to others, the body of the crucified was left to decay on the cross and death happened slowly of asphyxiation, could last many days, we also know that the Jewish ritual funeral was very simple and soon blanket the body was a white shroud and buried.

Starting this:
Why the body of Jesus was taken down?
Why he was crucified in a particular place and not public?
Why his “death” was quick to point Pilate “marvel”?
Why, when the spear of Saint Longinus pierced the body of Christ made out blood? We know that corpses do not bleed, but the Bible says that after slain, came out water and blood of Jesus (John 19:34)
Why i passed ointments healing in the body?

Let’s we see:

The three supreme Roman sentences were the cross, fire and animals. What made the supreme were not exactly his inhuman cruelty or his public disgrace, but the fact that he could not be nothing left to be buried at the end. As it turns out my assumption is correct, the crucifixion was NOT the corpse taken down from the cross …

Jesus according to the Gospels “died” in a little over five hours (Luke 23:44) … (…) The Gospel According to Saint Mark says Pilate, knowing that a crucified takes days to die, was surprised when he reported that Jesus had already died. (…)

According to Mark 15:44: “Pilatus autem mirabatur you would obisset et accersito centurione interrogavit eum itself would Mortu platôst” which translated, gives “and Pilate marveled if he were already dead., And summoning the centurion, he asked him if he there was much that had died. ” Pilate was not just surprised, but marveled …

The Gospel of John says (19:41): “At the place where Jesus was crucified, there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb, in which no one had ever been laid. ” So, Jesus was not crucified in a arid mountain-shaped skull, or in any other public place of execution. Was crucified in a garden containing a private tomb, or in its vicinity. According to Matthew (27:60), this tomb and this garden were the personal property of Joseph of Arimathea,

So, what do you think?

Best answer:

Answer by Kwark
I doubt the whole thing,
If it ever happened, the crucifix was a stake not a cross.
This was a story of fiction. Thus the inconsistency to reality.

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