But one of these men in the council was the high priest, whose name was Caiaphas.
Every now and then Mrs. Caiaphas glanced towards him from behind the newspaper.
Caiaphas could not give a better counsel to his companions; but God disappointed both them and him, as we shall hear afterwards.
Bishop Caiaphas was looking at the man, trying to get into the workings of his mind.
Erasmus, like Caiaphas, prophesied without being aware of it.
Caiaphas was a merciful mankind, gentle, and with a very loving heart.
Caiaphas, turning pale, cried, "Let each man standing go immediately to his own home."
The explanation lies, I think, in the fact that Caiaphas was a Sadducee.
Now Caiaphas was he that gave counsel to the Jews, that it was expedient that one man should die for the people.
His son-in-law, Caiaphas, was officially high priest, but only as his tool.