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Pilate tweets

Pilate tweets

At the end of a tough week, what would Pilate have tweeted?

Joanna Harader, pastor of Peace Mennonite Church in Lawrence, Kansas, created a series of Holy Week tweets from Pilate’s point of view describing his encounter with Jesus.

See them all at RevGalBlogPals

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Joanne Brothers

I’ve never pictured Pilate as being clueless like Trump. Still think the last three tweets in this are spot on!

Paul Woodrum

Brilliant!

Trouble with the truth is what plagued both Governor Pilate and President Trump.

Nogal Fatemi

Is it really necessary to cast Pilate as some Trumpian figure? It seems to be sparked by desperation. How is this supposed to bring Trump voters into the church?

Thom Forde

Absolutely!

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