We are further informed by the creed in 1 Corinthians 11:23ff. that (13)Jesus attended a dinner (14)on the evening of his betrayal. (15)He gave thanks before the meal and (16)shared both bread and drink, (17)which, he declared, represented his imminent atoning sacrifice for sin.

(18) Later, Jesus stood before Pilate (Acts 3:13; 13:28) and (19)made a good confession, which very possibly concerned his identity as the King of the Jews (1 Tim. 6:13). (20)Afterwards, Jesus was killed (Acts 3:13–15; 13:27–29) (21)for mankind’s sins (1 Pet. 3:18; Rom. 4:25; 1 Tim. 2:6), (22)in spite of his righteous life (1 Pet. 3:18). (23)Crucifixion was specified as the mode of death (Acts 2:23; 2:36; 4:10; 5:30; 10:39), being performed (24)in the city of Jerusalem (Acts 13:27; cf. 10:39), (25)by wicked men (Acts 2:23). (26)Then he was buried (Acts 13:29). (27) After his death he was resurrected (Acts 2:24, 31–32; 3:15, 26; 4:10; 5:30; 10:40; 13:30–37; 2 Tim. 2:8), (28)on the third day (Acts 10:40) and (29)appeared