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Archaeologists have found stone granaries in Sepphoris, the first capital of Galilee. The stone which Jesus is supposed to have made bread from could also mean stone buildings, stone granaries.

Now the sentence to make bread from stone has a new meaning: the grain supply was to be guaranteed by keeping a reserve in stone granaries. This was the answer to the most important question of staying in power.

Ad 2: Jesus got part of the rule and representation. He was to transfer this gradually to the citizens of Galilee. The people were to take part in representation and administration of the rule like the people of Rome under the rule of the emperor Augustus.

Jesus was to create offices, introduce councils appointing honoured man as members, and boards of experts to deal with difficult technical matters. He was to delegate responsibility to the wealthy citizens.

For the people wanted – as they still do today – to actively participate in their community and in the building of their society. Economic and religious societies were to be admitted, patrons and charities encouraged.

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