This resource was previously published as a chapter in the book Travels and Experiences in Other Lands. This is an extended edition on that chapter. From the Preface: "As a matter of further interest, a few pages are inserted, being a translation of an old Latin manuscript kept in the Vatican Library at Rome, which is a report of Pontius Pilate to Tiberius Caesar, giving a report of the arrest, trial, and crucifixion of Jesus Christ."
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- Examining Manuscripts of the Bible
- How We Got Our Bible
- The Septuagint Version
- The New Testament
- The Bridge of Time From the Apostles to A.D. 400
- The Acts of Pilate
- The Arrest, Trial, and Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, as Reported by Pontius Pilate
- Title: How We Got Our Bible
- Author: E. E. Byrum
- Publisher: Faith Publishing House
- Publication Date: 1905
About E. E. Byrum
E. E. Byrum also authored Riches of Grace, Startling Incidents, and The Secret of Salvation.