Perceiving their wickedness, Jesus replied, "Why are you hypocrites trying to ensnare me?
Show me the tribute coin." And they brought Him a shilling.
"Whose likeness and inscription," He asked, "is this?"
"Caesar's," they replied. "Pay therefore," He rejoined, "what is Caesar's to Caesar; and what is God's to God."
They heard this, and were astonished; then left Him, and went their way.
On the same day a party of Sadducees came to Him, contending that there is no resurrection. And they put this case to Him.
"Teacher," they said, "Moses enjoined, `If a man die childless, his brother shall marry his widow, and raise up a family for him.'
Now we had among us seven brothers. The eldest of them married, but died childless, leaving his wife to his brother.
So also did the second and the third, down to the seventh,
till the woman also died, after surviving them all.
At the Resurrection, therefore, whose wife of the seven will she be? for they all married her."