"Jesus saved from stoning an adulterous"
The story that is based on the words: "He who is without sin throw the first stone" is undoubtedly beautiful and full of lessons, but does not appear in any of the oldest Gospel of John. It must have been introduced later. For this reason it may not be correct, neither historically, since the time of Christ, Romans reigned in Israel and exercised legislative function. Pharisees and rabbis knowledge of religious writings had no right to throw stones in women.