Identify the nature of the crimes Jesus was accused of, the form of capital punishment he was subjected to, and the meaning of the resurrection in light of these things (sect. 11).
Jesus’ removal from Caiaphas to Pilate: the charge, King of the Jews – Jesus flogged and mocked. The double crime: Theological (“he claimed to be the Son of God”); political (“Shall I crucify your king?”. Pilate asked. “We have no king but Caesar,” the chief priests answered (19:15). (18:28-19:16)
The crucifixion (19:16b-37): Jesus’ final word: “It is finished.” (19:30)
The Empty Tomb (20:1-9).
The Resurrection: “There can be no sense that the flesh has been turned back simply into word and spirit. The resurrection matters for John because he is, at his very heart, a theologian of creation. The Word, who was always to be the point at which creator and creation came together in one, is now, in the resurrection, the point at which creator and new creation are likewise one.” N. T. Wright, The Resurrection of the Son of God (Fortress, 2003, p.667)