Joseph of Arimathea


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Joseph of Arimathea

Saint New Testament a wealthy member of the Sanhedrin, who obtained the body of Jesus after the Crucifixion and laid it in his own tomb (Matthew 27:57--60). Feast day: Mar. 17 or July 31
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Joseph of Arimathea was supposed to have founded a religious settlement at Glastonbury and legend has it the ''grail'' then came into the safekeeping of monks.
The revelation is made in a new book called Maelgwn of Llandaff and Joseph of Arimathea, authored by Michael A Clark and published by Covenant Publishing Company.
The late-night Thursday gathering was more likely a select group of those who viewed Jesus as a threat-excluding Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea, for sure.
I marveled at the ruins of the abbey, where Joseph of Arimathea allegedly brought the young Jesus centuries earlier and established the first Christian church in England.
Glastonbury and the grail; did Joseph of Arimathea bring the sacred relic to Britain?
Working within his father's office, Joseph of Arimathea Gribel, one of the first orthodontists in the country, he rendered services to dentists in the state capital.
The relic in question is not the Holy Grail, supposedly toted to Britain by Joseph of Arimathea 6 it's the fossil of an ancient mollusk called
This verse refers to the Glastonbury Legend, in which Christ when a boy was supposed to have visited that part of England with his uncle Joseph of Arimathea.
30pm, "Men of influence: Joseph of Arimathea, Nicodemus, Pontius Pilate;" then on Sunday July 1 at 6pm "The Devil in the Mirror," is the subject title.
This is even more evident when one considers that the location of the tomb was no secret, not waiting thousands of years to be discovered by Cameron and Jacobovici--it belonged to Joseph of Arimathea, a member of the Sanhedrin, the very council which condemned Jesus to death, and a known public figure.
Joseph of Arimathea secures the body of Jesus from Pilate and Nicodemus brings a very large amount of myrrh and aloes.
Joseph of Arimathea wanders through the crowd, scarcely believing what has happened.