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Jesus was crucified at a place called Golgotha, or "the place of a skull." After his death, he was buried in a tomb belonging to Joseph of Arimithea. Golgotha is just outside the city gates of Jerusalem. Mt. Sinai is some distance from there in the Sinai Peninsula. It is the site where Moses received the Ten Commandments. There is no evidence that Jesus was anywhere near Mt. Sinai.
After his resurrection, Jesus was not "taken" anywhere. He apparently was seen by many, but travelled alone of his own free will. Forty days after his resurrection, he ascended into heaven, or was "taken up."
Jesus was crucified on Golgatha.
After he died though, his body was placed in a tomb, but Jesus went to heaven. We know this because he said to one of the crimminals beside Him: "today you will be with me in paridise."
Thanks you guys! Yeah I heard somewhere that some of his disciples wandered with him after the resurrection and followed him to Mount Sinai, and it was there that he ascended to Heaven. It would make since due to God using this Mountain as the place to descend when giving Moses the commandments.
yes, that is correct.you spoke to the right person on that one-b/c larry is 100% correct. you may be thinking of the sermon on the mount which Jesus gave(maybe?) but Jesus was indeed crucified on Golgatha or "skull hill" -english version of the word after translated from "the place of the skull."hope that helps:)
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