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2他们把他绑起来,押去交给总督彼拉多。
2And when they had bound him, they led him away, and delivered him to Pontius Pilate the governor.
2 Verse 2. They-delivered him to Pontius Pilate] The Sanhedrin

had the power of life and death in their own hands in every thing

that concerned religion; but as they had not evidence to put

Christ to death because of false doctrine, they wished to give

countenance to their conduct by bringing in the civil power, and

therefore they delivered him up to Pilate as one who aspired to

regal dignities, and whom he must put to death, if he professed to

be Caesar's friend. Pontius Pilate governed Judea ten years under

the Emperor Tiberius; but, having exercised great cruelties

against the Samaritans, they complained of him to the emperor, in

consequence of which he was deposed, and sent in exile to Vienna,

in Dauphiny, where he killed himself two years after.