And Pilate asked him again, saying, Answer you nothing? behold how many things they witness against you.
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EXPOSITORY (ENGLISH BIBLE)Matthew 27.
Mr 15:1-20. Jesus Is Brought before Pilate—At a Second Hearing, Pilate, after Seeking to Release Him, Delivers Him Up—After Being Cruelly Entreated, He Is Led Away to Be Crucified. ( = Mt 26:1, 2, 11-31; Lu 23:1-6, 13-25; Joh 18:28-19:16).
See on Joh 18:28-19:16.See Poole on "Mark 15:2"
saying, answerest thou nothing behold how many things they witness against thee? The charges were many, and very heinous, and which Pilate thought called for self-defence; See Gill on Matthew 27:13.And Pilate asked him again, saying, Answerest thou nothing? behold how many things they witness against thee.
EXEGETICAL (ORIGINAL LANGUAGES)Mark 15:4. πόσα, answering to πολλά in Mark 15:3, might mean “how grave,” Thayer’s Grimm, but probably = how many, as in Mark 6:38, Mark 8:5; Mark 8:19.4. And Pilate asked] These renewed accusations led to further questions from Pilate, but our Lord preserved a complete silence. This increased the procurator’s astonishment, but he thought he had found an escape from his dilemma, when he heard the word “Galilee.” Galilee was within the province of Herod Antipas, and he sent the case to his tribunal (Luke 23:6-12). But Herod also affirmed that the Accused had done nothing worthy of punishment, and Pilate finding the case thrown back upon his hands, now resolved to try another experiment for escaping from the responsibility of a direct decision.Verse 4. - It would seem that Pilate had led Jesus out of his palace, into which the Jewish priests could not enter (John 18:28), lest they should be defiled by entering a house from which all leaven had not been scrupulously removed. This would have been a violation of their religious scruples; and therefore he went out into the open court, and there heard the accusations of the chief priests. It is supposed that the building occupied by Pilate was the palace built or rebuilt by Herod near the gate of Jaffa, north-west of Mount Zion. It was doubtless occasionally occupied by Pilate, and it was conveniently situated, being near to Herod's palace - the old palace of the Asmoneans, between it and the temple.
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