In the confrontation between Pilate and Jesus we see, according to Benedict XVI, a clash of two visions of politics. Pilate, who cynically dismisses any claim to know the truth, allows Jesus’ fate to be determined by the will of the majority. But Jesus reminds Pilate that his legitimate political authority comes to him, not from the people, but “”from above,”” that is to say, from certain moral values rooted in God.”
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by Bishop Robert BarronNovember 26, 2006
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