Originally Posted by Gaetan
No, it says He is counted among the criminals. And that his supports will need to get a sword to fight off those transgressors. Now you need to figure out who the He was in that sentence. Might want to think who "betrayed" Jesus. Of course, without the betrayal, there is no crucification, and thus no resurrection, so how the betrayal is anything but necessary to the story, we will never know.