In spite of such drama, we know the story all too well. Two thousand years ago, salvation came to fallen man through the tragic murder of the lamb of God. Unfortunately, modern society is so inundated with stories of injustice, this one merely seems like another to add to the heap. A relic of injustice, traped in history, and burried under the dust. Yet, though Christ endured the great injustice of the cross, ironically, the cross was the culmination of Gods justice against sin. His suffering was our salvation. In the event which surrounded his final days, culminiting in his passion. We have much to learn not only about the gift of redemption, but about the character of God, and about orselves. From the intimate moments of friendship in the Upper Room, to standing alone before His accusers, to hanging naked before the world, ‘The Murder of Jesus’ is the story of man’s sin and God’s goodness.