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65 Ant. 294-95; m. Yom. 3:10. 66 Levine, "Second Temple Jerusalem," 236-37. 37 those with fewer resources, exemplified by the Gospel account of the widow who contributed all of the little she had to the temple (Mark 12:41-44; Luke 21:1-4). W. 282, cf. Ant. 110-13). 69 The temple’s reputation as a premier financial institution resulted in occasional attempts to plunder its resources. 2 Maccabees 3-4 describes the unsuccessful efforts of Seleucus to confiscate the temple’s money, and Josephus depicts the plundering of the temple by Antiochus Epiphanes (Ant.

24 system and its provision for atonement and forgiveness. Daily sacrifices were performed in the temple enclosure, maintaining the relationships between God, people, and individual. ” 18 The maintenance of this temple service was crucial to the continuance of Israel’s relationship with God and his preservation of the world. Participation in the cultic system required the petitioner to be in a state of purity when entering the temple precincts. Very few people regularly lived in a state of ritual purity, as the necessities of life and daily interaction with neighbors precluded this high level of ritual cleanness.

213-17, fear of sedition during the Passover feast was also felt in the Herodian period. 30 Cf. Victor Turner, "The Center Out There: Pilgrim's Goal," HR 12 (1973): 191-230, esp. 216-218. 31 Bauckham, "Parting of the Ways," 139; cf. Sanders, Judaism, 256-57. 2 Excursus on the synagogue as a religious institution The only institution that could have rivaled the temple in terms of religious significance is the synagogue, or proseuche, as it was known in the Diaspora. E. inscriptions dating to the reign of Ptolemy III.

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