Commentary on Matthew 27:1-10 (Read Matthew 27:1-10 ) Wicked men see little of the consequences of their crimes when they commit them, but they must answer for them all. The death of Judas. ἦλθεν, etc., there came (to the place of crucifixion, the centre of interest in the preceding narrative) a man (unknown to readers), rich (this fact put in the forefront by Mt.— εὐσχήμων βουλευτής in Mk.

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