In this book, Robert Thibodeau provides a unique insight into the events and trials leading up to the Crucifixion of Jesus. Believers as well as students of leadership will identify with the personalities of the major players and how they attempted to influence others. They did so by using leadership theories still being used today. Readers will discover facts, such as: The reason the arrest of Jesus was illegal; the six times Jesus was tried - illegally - and with finding of guilt; how Pilate tried three times to have Him released; the real reason Pilate allowed Him to be Crucified, and more... With the intriguing narrative, coupled with the numerous references (scriptural as well as historical), Robert Thibodeau also provides a brief discussion of the leadership theories studied in classrooms today, using the backdrop of the Crucifixion as the ultimate example. This is a book that will hold the interest of believers who are studying the events of the Crucifixion, as well as students of modern leadership theories. Once you start reading this book, you will find it difficult to put down until finished!