In Mcn the centurion calls the crucified Jesus "really a righteous!"
I wonder always why Jesus should be called "the Righteous" in Mcn: wasn't "the Just" a title of the demiurge?
- The crucified one was just the Just demiurge.
- The crucified one was called Just as only and only he fulfilled the Law. By being crucified as the Law itself personified. The Just was Jesus, as opposed to the spiritual Christ possessing him. "Mark", by calling the crucified one as "Son of god" (as opposed to "Just"), was de facto correcting the original separationism between the Just Jesus and the Good Christ.