On the other hand , Longfellow’s The Secret Magdalene tells the life journey of Yesua and his followers. In the fiction, heturned into an extraordinary being and crucified because of his law. He spends most of his time alone in cave, and sea because sea isthe symbol of freedom and knowledge. Symbolsand their greater meaning are something that requires careful considerationwhen studying the Bible. It tells us about the life and death.
In this Fiction,Yeshua is a silent listener and waitingfor his time to reveal himself as a rescuer for people. Historians are confident he was also a religious preacher andhealer, and was seen as a miracle worker. It is common to hear Jesuscompared with Socrates because they were both executed for standing up fortheir ideals. In the “Synoptic Gospels” of Matthew,Mark, and Luke, however, most of his teaching takes the form of parables, whichas stimuli to deeper thought, are philosophicaldevices also. JesusChrist was a brilliant thinker, who used logical arguments to refute His criticsand establish the truth of His views. When Jesus praised the faith of children,he was encouraging humility as a virtue, not irrational religious trust or ablind leap of faith in the dark. Jesus’ public mission started with hisbaptism by John the Baptizer.
He lived during the reign of King Herod who hatedJohn because of his principles. During his period, high priests of temple supported the kingdom as aresult they were killed by sicarri, for their unfaithfulness. Yeshu is againstthe punishment for killing them. His follower Peter did it for John theBaptizer. Yeshua felt disappointed on his faithful disciple, Peter, his Rock.
Yeshua taught them to love their enemies too. Meanwhile, Herode was waiting for the ideal opportunity to kill the prophet John and he used thesituation to imprison him in the Fortress at Machaerus. While he was in theprison, he heard the activities of Yeshua and his ministry. Finally, he was killed by the Romans. This led Yeshua tobegin his ministry in Galilee.
On the night of the last supper, Yeshua wasarrsted because of his traitor and one of the follower of twelve .His disciples were only small minority and crowdsdemanded crucifixion for him. Crucifixion was a tortuous means of executionemployed by the Romans, and it was typically reserved for lower-classcriminals, traitors, and others that the Roman authorities deemedundesirable. Death by crucifixion wasconsidered a disgrace and a curse by Jewish people at the time. He was beatenand crucified.
He sacrificed his life for the freedom of people. On the thirdday, Yeshua tomb was found empty and the miracle of Yeshua was happened. Theresurrection is not believed by all. According to the gospel accounts, an angeltold the women that Jesus had risen. The women then left and excitedlyinformed the disciples. In subsequent days, the risen Jesus appeared tothe disciples, as well as to hundreds of other people.
From that point,the disciples began their mission to spread the Christian message.