Crime and Punishment Go West The Western Wall once stood in front of the most important temple in the Jewish world, before the Romans destroyed it in 70 A.D. Cross Talk Professor Kislenko discusses the practice of crucifixion with New Testament expert Dr. Helen Bond of University of Edinburgh. Living Time Jesus Crime Punishment 04 Jesus at the pool of Siloam with a beaten man. Behind Bars Professor Kislenko at Jerusalem prison. Prisons were not as common in the time of the Bible, as public beatings were far more prevalent. Touch The Sky Professor Kislenko on a rooftop in Jerusalem. Market Mayhem A reenactment of Jesus making a scene in the market. An Arresting Scene Nir Kalron of the Special Forces explains how the scene of Jesus' arrest may have looked. Trying Times By gathering followers and giving sermons asserting that the Kingdom of God was at hand, Jesus found himself persecuted by the Romans. Fair Trade The 10 Commandments apply to many aspects of the market, as it was deemed immoral for one merchant to overcharge a customer. Radical Ideas Among Jesus' disciples may have been other radicals belonging to Jewish sects. Laws of the Bible Jesus was commanded to return to Jerusalem for Passover on the night of his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane. Gathering Together Jesus and disciples in the Garden of Gethsemane.