The attendance at victory parades is always subject to estimates and dispute, since attendance
is never precisely counted. The so-called Triumphal Entry of Christ was a time of celebration for
one group, yet many voices were raised in opposition. The King himself was outraged with
many of his subjects, and they in turn wanted to see him and his followers put to death. Why
would there be such rejection at a victory parade?
Through Matthew 21, Mark 11, Luke 19, and John 12, we see Jesus Christ’s Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem and study there was such rejection at that event.
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