Have you ever wondered what all those people were doing in Jerusalem, as described by Luke in the
second chapter of the book of Acts?: celebrating Pentecost, the text says. Yes, but what is is Pentecost?:
it is the 50th the day after another special day, Easter. That is correct, but can it then be that all those
people from “every nation under heaven” where celebrating a day directly related to the resurrection of
Jesus? How can that be, since the vast majority of them were Jews who, if given half a chance, would
have perhaps also have cried out “Crucify Him” “Crucify Him!?