People's Commentary (NT)
Luke 23:39 One of the malefactors. Matthew and Mark represent the malefactors as mocking him (Matthew 27:44 Mr 15:32). It may be that only one spoke, apparently for both, or that both spoke at first, and then one was silent. If thou be the Christ. "Art not thou the Christ"? (Revised Version). That Jesus did not save himself and his companions in suffering seemed to this malefactor to prove that this was not the Christ.
Luke 23:26-49 The Crucifixion. Compare Matthew 27:32-56 Mr 15:21-41 Joh 19:17-30. See notes on Matthew.
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