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  • Barabbas - Wikipedia

    Barabbas / b ə ˈ r æ b ə s / (Aramaic: ישוע בר אבא ‎ Bar ʾAbbaʾ, literally "Son of Abba") is a figure mentioned in the accounts of the Passion of ...

  • Barabbas (1961) - IMDb

    Directed by Richard Fleischer. With Anthony Quinn, Silvana Mangano, Arthur Kennedy, Katy Jurado. Barabbas, the criminal that Pontius Pilate induced the populace to ...

  • Barabbas (1961) - Rotten Tomatoes

    This epic from the Bible tells the story the of murderer and thief Barabbas (Anthony Quinn), who hung around Calvary Hill when Jesus took his place on the cross. He ...

  • Barabbas (1961 film) - Wikipedia

    Barabbas is a 1961 religious epic film expanding on the career of Barabbas, from the Christian Passion narrative in the Gospel of Mark and other gospels.

  • Barabbas | New Testament figure |

    Barabbas: Barabbas,, in the New Testament, a prisoner or criminal mentioned in all four gospels who was chosen by the crowd, over Jesus Christ, to be released by ...

  • Barabbas | Define Barabbas at

    Barabbas definition, a condemned criminal pardoned by Pilate in order to appease the mob, which demanded that he be freed instead of Jesus. Mark 15:6–11; John 18:40.

  • Who was Barabbas in the Bible? - Bible Questions Answered

    Who was Barabbas in the Bible? Why did the crowds ask for Barabbas instead of Jesus?

  • Barabbas - New World Encyclopedia

    Barabbas was a Jewish insurrectionist c. 30 C.E. whom Pontius Pilate freed at the Passover feast in Jerusalem, according to the Christian narrative of the Passion of ...

  • Barabbas - Gospel Mysteries

    Barabbas is often depicted as an evil criminal. But he may have actually been a freedom fighter in the Jewish resistance to the Romans ...

  • Topical Bible: Barabbas

    Barabbas. A noted robber in Christ's time, who was imprisoned and awaiting death for the crimes of sedition and murder. It was a custom of the Roman government, for ...

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