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A video has emerged of a brutal crucifixion that took place during the crucifixion of Jesus by Mary and the crucifixions of Judas and Simon.

The video, uploaded to YouTube by Joseph Nix, shows a young man holding the head of Jesus, and then a young woman, who is about three years younger, is also holding the dead body of Jesus.

The woman is shown kneeling before the crucified Jesus, holding his head and saying: “I will ascend to heaven, to the Father.”

The woman then pulls out a knife and stabs Jesus in the neck with the knife.

Jesus is then taken away from the woman, as she runs away.

The young woman then kicks Jesus in his face, and the knife is seen to strike the young woman’s forehead.

The clip ends with the young man standing over Jesus, saying: The Holy Spirit has risen upon him, the spirit of truth and of power, which was given him by the Father and has risen on him.

The caption of the video reads: This is the Crucification of Jesus Christ.

In the video, Nix explains that he and his wife filmed the incident in their home in the Philippines, where the man’s parents are from.

NIX has written about the incident on his blog.

“My wife and I were doing a lot of research on the crucifixing and crucification in the early church, and it was such a sad experience,” Nix said in an interview with The Verge.

“It really hit home that it was happening in our backyard.”

In a blog post, NIX said the young men’s actions in the video are “a reminder that the crucifying of Jesus was a way of putting the people on the cross in their place.”

Nix told The Verge that he hopes the video will raise awareness about crucifixion in the Catholic Church, which he says is a very small percentage of the church.

He said that in some parts of the Catholic church, people who were put on the Cross are considered to be murderers.

The Cruciate and Mortify video also includes footage of the crucifixes of Judasin and Simon, who were executed after the Cruciates crucifixion, and Judas, who was killed by his brother.

Nicks website includes a message that reads: Jesus Christ is alive and well, he is with us in heaven.

He is not dead.

He was crucified for his crime of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.

He will rise again to meet his destiny.

In addition to his blog, Nicks has written a number of books on the history of crucifixion.

The crucifixion and crucifixion controversy first erupted in the church in 1772, after an attack on the church by Catholic extremists led by the French priest Jacques Ménard, who claimed the Catholic faith was a lie.

In 1774, Pope Paul VI wrote a letter to the bishops of Europe, saying the Catholic religion was a threat to human life and the Church was “not in harmony with the Gospel of Christ.”

In response, Francis issued a papal bull in which he said the Catholic doctrine on the resurrection of Jesus would be taught in schools and would be used in church teaching.

Francis also issued a decree to the Catholic bishops in the Vatican, which authorized priests to kill people who rebelled against him.

Francis’ decree also forbade priests from punishing a priest if he killed a person who rebuked him.

It was the first time a pope has said that a Catholic priest could not be disciplined for killing a person.

In response to the pope’s decree, Pope Clement VI established a commission to study the subject of the death penalty.

It published a report in 1884, in which it recommended the death of those who tried to kill a pope.

Francis abolished the death sentence in 1894, and a year later, Francis signed a decree allowing bishops to decide for themselves whether a person should be executed.

In 1906, Francis authorized bishops to determine for themselves who was a saint, but it wasn’t until 1977 that the Vatican reinstated the death sentences.

Francis then began the process of making changes to the Roman Curia to make it more open to the possibility of mercy for the most severely condemned in the Roman Catholic Church.

Francis has also appointed new bishops, including Archbishop Marcelo Sanchez, who has a long history of advocating for the release of victims of mass killings and other abuses.

In an interview on the Today show on March 14, 2018, Sanchez said he is “very aware” of the issue, but that he has not been asked to be involved in making changes.

“I am not a theologian, so I don’t have the experience,” Sanchez said.

“But I’m sure that, if the Church wants to be more open, that’s an option for them.

I’m not saying that it’s always going to happen, but I think that the Church would be