An infuriated mob had thrust Christ Jesus out of their city, taken him to the brow of a hill, and planned to cast him down to his doom. He'd shared spiritual insights with them in the synagogue, they'd become offended—perhaps because their lack of spirituality had been exposed—and they sought to solve their own inadequacy by killing him.
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