1 tn Grk “who” (a continuation of the previous sentence).
2 sn Ironically, what Jesus was alleged to have done, started an insurrection, this man really did.
3 sn This is a parenthetical note by the author.
4 tn Or “delivered up.”
5 sn He handed Jesus over to their will. Here is where Luke places the major blame for Jesus’ death. It lies with the Jewish nation, especially the leadership, though in Acts 4:24-27 he will bring in the opposition of Herod, Pilate, and all people.